Based at Quinta de Roriz in the Douro, this wine is produced by a joint venture between the Prats family of Bordeaux and the Symington family of the Douro. Made as a second wine to Chryseia, it is soft and rich, with great tannins and ripe fruit. Black currants and acidity go together with a young, dry core.
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"The 2017 Post Scriptum de Chryseia is a 49/51 blend of Touriga Nacional and Touriga Franca this year (approaching equality), and it aged for 12 months in French oak. It comes in at 14 alcohol. This is not much bigger than the Prazo (also reviewed) this year in most respects, but it shows more finesse and freshness. There is more power as well and a far longer finish. Most of all, though, this has lift to the fruit. This is simply a more sophisticated wine. It provides a step up in quality, but there is admittedly also a step up in price. Bargain hunters may be quite happy with the Prazo this issue, but if you do step up, you'll be rewarded. This will drink better next fall, but it is approachable now."