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Quinta da Falorca Noblesse Oblige 2011

65% Touriga nacional, 15% Tinta roriz, otras
95
Parker
59,90 €
IVA incl. Botella de 75 cl.
Carrito de la compra

Quinta da Falorca Noblesse Oblige 2011 está elaborado a partir de Touriga nacional y otras variedades de viñedos ubicados en la región de Dao. El nombre del vino alude a la expresión francesa "Noblesse Oblige", traducida literalmente como "Nobleza obliga", que significa que quien se considere noble debe comportarse como tal. Mark Squires, crítico de Robert Parker, insiste en la similitud de este vino con los tintos de Borgoña y puntuó esta añada con 95 Parker.

Ficha técnica

La bodega:
Marca:
Quinta da Falorca Noblesse Oblige
D.O.:
Dão
Tipo:
Tinto
Añada:
2011
Grado:
14% vol.
Variedad:
65% Touriga nacional, 15% Tinta roriz, otras

Cata

Nariz:
Destacan los aromas complejos de ciruela madura, cereza negras, frambuesa y arándanos.
Boca:
Profundo, elegante, con taninos suaves, gran acidez, barrica perfectamente integrada que confiere estructura.
Temperatura de servicio:
16 ºC.
Consumo:
Ahora y hasta 2035.

Viñedo y elaboración

El 20% del vino es envejecido en roble francés nuevo durante 24 meses.

Opinión de los críticos

The Wine Advocate:

The 2011 Noblesse Oblige "Quinta da Falorca" is a field blend (although about 60% is Touriga Nacional), with only about 20% of the juice aged in new French oak for 24 months. It comes in at 14% alcohol. This takes two barrels of the Old Vines Garrafeira (also reviewed) and then adds juice sourced from a field blend of Falorca's 40-year-old vines. This and the Garrafeira have somewhat flipped positions in one respect since I first saw them. This now seems slightly more concentrated, a little less silky. Its power and precision have come to the fore, while it still has integrated everything better, but that's not the real point. They are very close there. The juicy and complex finish here is impressive, but that's not the real point, either. They both do that well, too. The real point is that, the next day, this was just bursting with red fruit flavor, cherries and raspberries. The flavors just exploded on the palate. All the fruit remained fresh and lifted, though, never sweet or sappy. Like its Garrafeira sibling, it has a crisp, fresh edge, but its flavor is much more vivid, the oak impact notably less. In time, the Garrafeira may overtake it again—and it is a far more sensual wine—but for the moment, this is more interesting. This is the best Burgundy I've had in a while. Whoops. Yes, that's Dão, actually. You should try some. Tight and penetrating, this is built for the longer haul, but it is approachable now.

59,90 €
IVA incl. Botella de 75 cl.
Carrito de la compra
Quinta da Falorca Noblesse Oblige 2011
Dão
59,90 €
IVA incl. Botella de 75 cl.
Carrito de la compra

Opinión de los Socios

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Es caro ,curioso , muy particular pero delicioso.Merece la pena probarlo al menos una vez en la vida.Me gustó

Por jose maria U., Dom, 12/07/2020 - 19:46

Très déçu :( Je trouve que ce vin est loin du rapprochement élogieux que vous faites avec les Bourgognes français... bcp trop cher.

Por Jean louis D., Lun, 06/07/2020 - 11:59

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