Less well known and certainly underrated, White Port is the perfect aperitif. The 10 Year Old from Kopke actually has an average ageing length of 15 years, but is categorized as a 10 year old as there is no 15 year old category! Why not try this in one of the 'drinks of the summer' -...
Not to be confused with Vintage Ports, Colheitas although also from a single and outstanding vintage are different due to their aging process. Firstly aged in Cask for at least 7 years followed by as many as 50 years ageing in wood. Colheitas are rarer than Vintage Ports making up only 1% of the...
Rose Port is a light and fruity drink ideal over ice in the summer, it has the characteristics of Port but in a toned down and subtle way. Packed with fruit flavours of cherry and raspberry this has a dry and lengthy finish, something a little different that is definitely worth a try.
Awarded 92 points by James Button for Decanter Magazine, this White Port is aged for an average of 30 years giving it wonderful oaky characteristics. Combine this with the nutty, dried fruits and citrus palate and you get a truly wonderful Port, for a great price.
1994 was a fantastic year for port, producing intense wines packed with flavour and perfect for laying down for 10-20 years to enhance their character. Lots of fruit from this port, with a lovely colour and plenty of sweetness on the palate.
This Port is created using a range of vintages from Quinta Do Noval, all aged in oak casks for an average of 10 years. Fresh on the palate, with an intense flavour of fruit this is a very approachable port with a lot to offer.
Ready to drink as soon as it has been bottled, this 1998 Colheita from Quinta Do Noval certainly has a lot to offer. Dominant fruit flavours of raisin, cherry and orange zest, combined with a silky smooth finish make this a delicious and easy to drink Port.