Port Winemaker Visit

November 3, 2017

Japanese

 

 

 

Our Port winemaker Oscar Quevedo is making a brief stop in Tokyo and we are teaming up with the ultra-cool Parabola wine bar to host him on Friday November 17.

 

Quevedo Port Wines is a family run winery based in the heart of the Cima Corgo region of the Douro river valley. One of the new generation of independent Port producers, Quevedo has achieved broad critical acclaim and a growing international reputation.

 

The Douro river valley is a stunningly beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site. It houses one of the world's oldest demarcated wine regions, dating from the 1750s, 100 years older than the Bordeaux 1855 classification.

 

We have arranged a lineup of Portuguese still wines and Ports that we will taste together with Oscar Quevedo.  A rare opportunity to taste them with the winemaker and learn about this magical region. Price is ¥6,000 for a full tasting flight and light dinner - including a generous supply of Stilton cheese!

 

Details are available both at our web site, and at Parabola's Facebook page. Feel free to sign up through either location. Please join us!

 

aux nuages – 'Douro Nouveau' tasting

ポートワインの試飲会

When:  December 3 2017 (Sunday) 3 – 6 pm

Where: Nishi-azabu Bridgehouse (near Hiroo station)

Price: ¥4,000

Places: 20



 

 

 

Note: upcoming tasting schedule is below, please mark the dates!

 

November 19 (Sun) - Champagne and French organic wines

December 3 (Sun) - Portuguese wines - the Soul of the Douro  

 

 

Wine List
 
Still Wines
- white

Herdade São Miguel - Colheita Seleccionada Branco 2014 (Alentejo)

 

Still Wines - red

Herdade São Miguel - Colheita Seleccionada Tinto 2013 (Alentejo)

Herdade São Miguel - Touriga Nacional 2012 (Alentejo)

1912 Winemakers - Encosta do Bocho Tinto Colheita 2011 (Douro)

 

Port Wines from Quevedo

Rose Port

Reserve Ruby

LBV (Late Bottled Vintage) 2011

Vintage 2008 Quinta Vale d'Agodinho

Special Reserve Tawny

10 year old Tawny

20 year old Tawny
 

 

 

 

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