Est. 2011

Vale do Inferno

Quinta da Rosa Vinhos do Porto, Lda.

Belonging to Quinta de la Rosa.

Vale do Inferno is the oldest vineyard at Quinta de la Rosa. It was built by Sophia Bergqvist's great grandfather, Albert Feuerheerd, just before the First World War and is situated along the banks of the Douro, two kilometers from Pinhão.

In the Quinta de la Rosa 1999 vintage port, all the grapes came from the vineyard Vale do Inferno. This is the only time that Vale do Inferno has been released as a Single Quinta Vintage Port.

Vale do Inferno Vintages:1999

Vintage Port tasting notes:

HouseVale do Inferno
Quinta de la Rosa
ColourYellow mature in colour.Number of tastings4
BouquetToffee, candy, fudge and some herbs and pepper in the nose.Score range15.50 - 15.90
TasteMedium body. Mature with some very soft tannin and will probably be better. Nice and balanced but quite sweet. Toffee, candy and some pepper in taste. Nice and quite attractive finish.Average score15.72
Last tasted11th July 2020Point this date15.50
CommentAt home with the family.
TastersSAI, JB, SS

Last tasted:

24th October
Quinta Nova
Burmester 1996
22nd October
Pocas Jr 2007
17th October
Fonseca-Guimaraens 1988
16th October
Quinta da Gricha
Churchill 2006
9th October
Feist 1977
Fonseca 1977
Taylor 1977
8th October
Smith Woodhouse 2005
25th September
Quinta do Retiro Novo 2000
Wiese-Krohn 2005


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