Touriga Nacional is a dense, black Portuguese grape that grows perfectly in the tough, bleak country of the Bremer Delta near Langhorne Creek. Being a port grape, it has lots of swarfy gunmetal, licorice and juniper berry character; and very fine neat tannins. Despite its amazing complexity, it is ready to drink quite early in its life: it’s bone dry red for hearty meat entrees and main courses in the Iberian/Mediterranean style.
Old Mill Estate Touriga Nacional Tasting Notes
⎮ 2007 ⎮ 2009 ⎮
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