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Fojo, Douro, 2000

Red Wine from Porto & Douro, Portugal
by Fojo


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Professional Reviews

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WE 87
"One of Portugal's priciest table wines, this vintage boasts cherry and plum aromas that just don't seem all that intense, followed by bright cherry flavors accented by modest cedar. The long finish is evidence of its quality, but it turns astringent and one wonders whether the fruit will outlast the tannins."


  • Grape Variety

    Red Blend

  • Vintage


  • Size


  • Sweetness


  • Body

    Medium Bodied

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
RP 97

2000 Maria D P G Serodio de S Borges Fojo
(Quinta Do Fojo)
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RATING: 97 points
PRODUCER: Maria D P G Serodio de S Borges
FROM: Douro, Portugal
VARIETY: Proprietary Blend
DRINK: 2014 - 2030
SOURCE: eRobertParker.com,
Aug 2014

The 2000 Fojo (Quinta do Fojo) is simply a great
Portuguese red. I thought so when I first saw it many
moons ago. I think so today, too. This (happily, for
me) is not a modern wine. It is not sweet, polished
and soft. It’s certainly not straightforward and it sure
isn’t shy about tannins. That said, it puts everything
together beautifully. Showing fine concentration and
depth, the wine has some tertiary hints around the
edges, but still seems fresh and youthful in most
ways. While certainly fascinating and very complex, it
is not merely intellectually interesting, though. The
fine fruit and the intensity make it clear that this is not
a gentle antique, but a vibrant, prime-time wine. Tight
on the finish, it becomes ever more interesting with
each sip, the fruit lifted, the finish crisp and the wine
developed, but still developing. Looking at my notes, I
seem to have written “brilliant” several times after
every couple of sentences. Sums it up. Should have
stopped there and saved space. My drinking-windows
are deliberately conservative. This one now needs
expanding. It may still be on the conservative side.
Drink now-2030.

-Mark Squires in « eRobertParker.com,#214Aug 2014»