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WINE TASTING: Château Pichon Baron & Quinta do Noval
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2022 19.00–22.00
Speakers:
Xavier Sanchez – Commercial & Marketing Director Axa Millésimes
David Betti – Commercial Director Quinta do Noval
Location: Casa Aurelio Zurich
Language: English
Maximum number of attendees: 20
WINES
TASTED WINES:
 
  • 150cl Griffons de Pichon Baron, Château Pichon Baron 2015
  • 150cl Château Pichon Baron 2015
  • 150cl Château Pichon Baron 2009
  • 150cl 150cl Château Pichon Baron 2000
  • 150cl 150cl Château Pichon Baron 1957
  • 75cl Porto Vintage Quinta do Noval 2000
  • 75cl Porto Colheita Quinta do Noval 2000
  • 75cl Porto Nacional Quinta do Noval 1997

 

PRODUCER
Château Pichon Baron
The estate was founded in the late 17th Century. This period was known as the Grand Siècle, or "great century", in reference to Louis XIV's 1661 accession to the French throne. In 1987 the estate was bought by AXA Millésimes, whose aim is to enable great wines from vineyards with a glorious past to achieve their full potential. An architectural competition was launched in collaboration with the Paris Pompidou Centre to provide the estate with new operational buildings. The comprehensive reconstruction of the fermenting room and cellar, and renovation of the château, began in 1988.
Quinta do Noval The name of Quinta do Noval first appeared in land registries in 1715. The history of Quinta do Noval is marked by the action of visionaries: António José da Silva, a port shipper from Porto, acquired Quinta do Noval in 1894, after its devastation by phylloxera. He restored the property by replanting the vines. Since 1993, Quinta do Noval is part of the international viticultural group of AXA Millésimes. A new bottling line and warehouse was completed in 1997 in Alijo, near Pinhão. This project made Quinta do Noval the first of the traditional Port shippers to centralise all its activities in the Douro Valley .

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