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Sandeman Founders Reserve Port Wine (500ml)

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The House of Sandeman was founded in London in 1790 by George Sandeman, a young Scot from Perth who decided to invest £300 borrowed from his father in creating a business marketing wines from Porto (Portugal) and Jerez (Spain). 

Always a pioneer, Sandeman was the first company to brand its name on a cask with a hot iron. In 1805, the GSC (George Sandeman Co.) signature was a guarantee of quality for the wine it sold. It was also one of the first companies to label and advertise its wines, which in the early nineteenth century were already being exported to several countries in Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia. 

For over two centuries, Sandeman has based its success on a rare capacity for innovation and expertise handed down from generation to generation. Currently, Sandeman clearly stands out as "the" worldwide Port Wine and Sherry brand and proudly signs: "Sandeman, Famous for Pleasure."

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Region
Douro
Tasting Notes
Intense ruby red colour, brilliant and clean. Rich red fruit aromas with a touch of age create an elegant reflection of powerful flavours
Consumption
14 - 16ºC
Enjoy
Excellent on its own served in large glasses, Sandeman Porto Founder's Reserve is a perfect match with cheeses or rich chocolate desserts
Bottle Size
500 ml
Country
Portugal
Type
Fortified
Cast
Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Barroca, Tinto Cão
Alcohol
20%
Vinification
Stalk-removal and crushing before fermentation, under controlled temperature, with skin maceration so as to extract the best components. The addition of wine alcohol at the ideal moment sets the balance between the wine's body and bouquet
Total Acidity
4 g/l
Wine Maker
Luis Sottomayor
Ageing
The wines selected are usually between 3 and 5 years of age, providing for a mature and intense wine with an average age of 4 years
Ph
3.55

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