Croft PINK

Croft

Croft PINK

Region: Portugal / Douro Valley Porto
Grapes: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão,Touriga Franca, Tinta Amarela

Croft created the Pink Porto category with Croft Pink, an original offering that is perfect for those summer days or socializing at the bar. It is the first to display an attractive pink color, achieved through light contact with the skins, followed by a cold fermentation for 7 days that preserves its fresh raspberry and cherry flavors. This innovative style of port is lighter with a unique crisp and fruity flavor. It can be served chilled or over ice, with a splash of soda and a slice of lemon. Croft Pink is delightfully crisp, fresh and fruity.

Gold Medal

San Diego International Wine Competition

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Silver Medal

Dallas Morning News

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tasting note

A lighter style of Ruby Porto; delightfully crisp, fresh and fruity. Attractive floral notes underline the exuberant and aromatic raspberry aromas. The palate is full of deliciously ripe cherry and berry fruit flavors with lovely nuances of honey and grapefruit.

food pairing

Small plates, salads, and any dishes you would enjoy at a barbeque, at the swimming pool or at a picnic.

technical data

GRAPES: Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão,Touriga Franca, Tinta Amarela
APPELLATION: Douro
ACIDITY: 3.96 g/L
ABV: 19.5%
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 103 g/L

points of distinction

  • A true, authentic Porto, Croft Pink is a unique offering within a new category
  • Croft Pink is made with a cool, 7-day fermentation to preserve the wine’s fresh, crisp red berry characteristics
  • Fresh, fruity and vibrant, Croft Pink is a unique alternative to traditional Portos, made in a lighter, crisp style that’s perfect for the warmer months
  • about the grape +
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Croft created the Pink Porto category with Croft Pink, an original offering that is perfect for those summer days or socializing at the bar.


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