It is not very common to find Port wines with this designation, as they have characteristics very close to those of aged Tawnies, they have been increasingly neglected by Port wine companies. High quality wine from a single harvest. It ages in wood for variable periods of time, never less than seven years. On the label, the word harvest is always followed by the respective year, which was considered exceptionally good for the production of Tawny Port Wines. The wine ages for about twelve years in wooden casks, and has light colors, a golden brown, almost amber. The taste of a harvest is very similar to that of a 10 or 20 year old Tawny, but logically richer and more elegant.