Porto Cruz
White

Porto Cruz
White

The Wine is made from a traditional Douro white grapes variety by Port wine winemaking method, where must fermentation is interrupted by the addition of wine spirit. At the end, blending results from different young wines of varying stage.

 

Alcohol:

19% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Porto Cruz
White

Colour:

Intense yellow.

Aroma:

Intense and smooth citrus with some floral notes.

Porto Cruz
White

Taste

Refined on the palate, it is silky and enveloping with an elegant profile and a fresh acidity. The ending is dry and vivid.

On the table

Ideal to be drunk fresh, as an aperitif, or as a long drink with tonic water and ice. It should be served cold, between 8 and 10ºC.

Porto Cruz
Lágrima

Porto Cruz
Lágrima

The wine is made from a traditional Douro white grapes variety through Port Wine winemaking method. It owes its high sugar content with early interruption of fermentation while maintaining the natural sugars of the must. No final blend blends different young wines with varying variables.

Alcohol:

19% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Porto Cruz
Lágrima

Colour:

Straw Yellow.

Aroma:

Sweet citrus with a hint of honey.

Porto Cruz
Lágrima

Taste:

Sweet and very balanced in its freshness, keeping citrus fruits flavours. With a rounded and enveloping texture.

On the table

Ideal to drink as an aperitif, but also to go with desserts or salty snacks. It should be served cold, between 8 and 10ºC.

Gran Cruz
White Colheita 2009

Gran Cruz
White Colheita 2009

A wine from the 2009 harvest, made from traditional Douro white grape varieties, following the Port Wine vinification method, where must fermentation is interrupted by the addition of wine brandy. It went through an extended stage in old wooden kites.

Alcohol:

20% vol.

Reducing sugars:

130 g/l

Gran Cruz
White Colheita 2009

Colour:

Yellow amber.

Aroma:

Fresh fruit with nuances of caramel with an extended aroma in the mouth.

Gran Cruz
White Colheita 2009

Taste:

Remaining caramel notes, combined with a freshness that revives its silky round texture.

On the table:

It should be served refreshed at about 13ºC, in a suitable glass. It goes well with dishes as vol-au-vents of clams or even a foie gras.

Porto Cruz
Tawny

Porto Cruz
Tawny

The wine is made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method, where must fermentation is interrupted by the addition of wine brandy. In the end is made the blend between different young wines, with varying stages.

Alcohol:

19,3 %

Reducing sugars:

102 g/l

Porto Cruz
Tawny

Colour:

Amber red

Aroma:

Soft and balsamic aroma blending young fruits such as cherry and dried fruits.

Porto Cruz
Tawny

Taste:

Very balanced in the mouth, with an attractive finish of chocolate cherry.

On the table

Great wine to be consumed solo or with milk, caramel or vanilla desserts. Served slightly cooled out, between 12 and 13ºC.

Porto Cruz
Special Reserve

Porto Cruz
Special Reserve

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It results from a blend of wines with different ages, subject to oxidation, with a final profile of 7 years for tasting.

Alcohol:

19% vol.

Reducing sugars:

130 g/l

Porto Cruz
Special Reserve

Colour:

Intense Ambre, with red hues.

Aroma:

Red berries and dried fruit such as fig or plum.

Porto Cruz
Special Reserve

Taste:

Very balanced and complex. The aftertaste revives notes of dried fruits.

On the table:

It can be drunk as an aperitif or to go with starters, almonds or hazelnuts.

Gran Cruz
Tawny 10 Anos

Gran Cruz
Tawny 10 Anos

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It is the result of a blend of wines with different ages aged in wood, with a final profile of 10 years in tasting.

Alcohol:

19,56% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Gran Cruz
Tawny 10 Anos

Colour:

Ambre Intense

Aroma:

Notes of dried fruits, toast and delicate spices.

Gran Cruz
Tawny 10 Anos

Taste:

Soft rounded structure, enveloping nutty flavour with a long finish.

On the table:

It goes well with intense flavours, such as foie gras. It should be served between 12 and 13ºC.

Gran Cruz
Tawny 20 Anos

Gran Cruz
Tawny 20 Anos

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It is the result of a blend of wines with different ages aged in wood, with a final profile of 20 years in tasting.

Alcohol:

20% vol.

Reducing sugars:

120 g/l

Gran Cruz
Tawny 20 Anos

Colour:

Caramel colour, more concentrated by aging.

Aroma:

Aromatic intense bouquet, characteristic feature from oxidation process, with notes of nuts, toast and spices.

Gran Cruz
Tawny 20 Anos

Taste:

Soft and enveloping in the mouth, with a remarkable combination of orange and truffle jam aromas that linger after a tasting process.

On the table:

It comes with intense flavours such as cheese and foie gras. It should be served between 12 and 13ºC.

Gran Cruz
Colheita 1998

Gran Cruz
Colheita 1998

A wine from the 1998 harvest, made from traditional Douro red grape varieties. It is the result of a blend of the 10 best Port wines produced by Gran Cruz in the last 40 years: it has gone through an extended stage in old wooden kites.

Colour:

Deep amber with golden overtones.

Aroma:

Dried and candied fruit

Gran Cruz
Colheita 1998

Taste:

Balanced and complex. Intensified notes of dried fruits with a remaining taste after the tasting.

On the table:

It goes perfectly with egg and nuts desserts.

Gran Cruz
Heritage

Gran Cruz
Heritage

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It is the result of a blend of the best Porto Cruz wines of the last 40 years. Vintage crops form 1977 1982, 1985, 1991, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2005, and 2007 were selected and aged in wood.

Alcohol:

20% vol.

Reducing sugars:

130 g/l

Gran Cruz
Heritage

Colour:

Intense amber with golden overtones.

Aroma:

Dried fruits such as roasted almonds, fig and candied orange.

Gran Cruz
Heritage

Taste:

Round, with a large volume of tasting. Very well integrated and subtle notes of cinnamon and black pepper stand out.

On the table:

It goes perfectly with desserts such as almond pie, apple crumble with vanilla ice cream, or even crème brûlée.

Porto Cruz
Pink

Porto Cruz
Pink

A wine made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method, where the must fermentation is interrupted by the addition of wine brandy. The blend results from different young wines with varying stages.

Alcohol:

19% Vol.

Reducing sugars:

130 g/l

Porto Cruz
Pink

Colour:

Light pink due to short contact between wort and raisin skin.

Aroma:

Strong raspberries and strawberries with a floral touch.

Porto Cruz
Pink

Taste:

With a fruity freshness identical to cherries, honey and grapefruit taste.

On the table:

It can be drunk with orange zests or mint leaves. It is also a great base for cocktails. It should be served between 8 and 10ºC.

Porto Cruz
Ruby

Porto Cruz
Ruby

A wine made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method, where must fermentation is interrupted by the addition of wine brandy. The blend results from different young wines with varying stages.

Alcohol:

19% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Porto Cruz
Ruby

Colour:

Bright red.

Aroma:

Red berries.

Porto Cruz
Ruby

Taste:

Round, with a strong plums and red berries taste.

On the table:

It is traditionally served with strong and creamy cheeses. It blends well with chocolate desserts.

Porto Cruz
Finest Ruby Reserve

Porto Cruz
Finest Ruby Reserve

A wine made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by the Port Wine vinification method. It results from a blend of selected wines of different ages.

Alcohol:

19% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Porto Cruz
Finest Ruby Reserve

Colour:

Red with strikes.

Aroma:

Fresh and intense aromatic bouquet with plum and red fruits notes.

Porto Cruz
Finest Ruby Reserve

Taste:

With the strength and fruity characteristics of a young wine, it has a long finish.

On the table:

It goes well with a steak with pepper or with dessert, sush as a red berries pie. It should be served cold at about 15ºC.

Gran Cruz
LBV 2003

Gran Cruz
LBV 2003

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It was made from a single-harvest grapes, with a prolonged aging in wood. It is bottled between the fourth and sixth year after harvesting.

Alcohol:

20% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Gran Cruz
LBV 2003

Colour:

Strong red.

Aroma:

Notes of ripe red berries. It may reveal some evolution due to the wood aging process.

Gran Cruz
LBV 2003

Taste:

Rich and concentrated, but less astringent and full-bodied than Vintage wines from the same year. It is a very elegant wine, harmonious and smooth.

On the table:

A perfect wine to go with chocolate desserts. It should be decanted and served at about 15ºC.

Gran Cruz
Vintage 1999

Gran Cruz
Vintage 1999

It was made from traditional Douro red grape varieties by Port Wine vinification method. It results from a single-harvest grapes of exceptional quality, then it ages for two years in large-volume deposits, and then ages in the bottle.

Alcohol:

20% vol.

Reducing sugars:

100 g/l

Gran Cruz
Vintage 1999

Colour:

Strong and intense red.

Aroma:

It already reveals soft shades of evolution, namely notes of red fruits jelly and fig.

Gran Cruz
Vintage 1999

Taste:

Balanced and elegant in the mouth, with a surprisingly persistent after-taste aroma.

On the table:

It can be served with chocolate desserts, soft cheeses or spicy dishes. It should be decanted before to be served.

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