Niepoortland Ruby Dum, Niepoort, Douro Valley

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The Niepoortland Ruby Dum is dark red in colour with a fresh vibrant aroma of dark fruits which follows through on the palate along with an almost mineral character, a youthful wine with good extract and great balance, offering superb “drinkability”.


This is the baby of the Niepoort Port range and comes as a ‘twin’ with the Tawny Dee, two wines hailing from the same vineyard but getting different treatment to produce the Ruby and Tawny styles.


Ready to drink now, after a meal on its own or with soft cheeses.

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