Late Bottled Vintage (also known as LBV) is, like Vintage Port, produced from a single-vintage. The main point differing the two, is that LBV spends much longer in barrel.
It is said that the style was born of a mistake, when a Vintage Port was kept in barrel for too long and was no longer suitable for release in that category. No one can agree who was responsible for this, and several Port estates lay claim to the honor. Over time, they have become two distinct styles of wine, equally respected.
Late Bottled Vintage (also known as LBV) is, like Vintage Port, produced from a single-vintage ...
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