Tasting Notes: You’ll pick up the aromas of dried fruits, chocolate and vanilla in this sweet port. There are also subtle hints of wood in the soft and silky texture, which is balanced with a refreshing finish on your palate.
Winemaking Notes: Blend: Tinta Amarela, Tinta Franca, Tinta Roriz and Touriga Nacional, 19% ABV, from Douro, Portugal
Food Pairings: Choose a traditional Old English cheese to pair with this traditional port. We love Wyfe of Bath cheese: it’s creamy, nutty, and made using cloth-basket methods to develop its flavour.
About the Winemaker: Traditional methods are used to create the ports made of the Barros Estate. Barros Estate is well-known for its excellent ports, especially its tawnies – each matured for a minimum of seven years in cask. In 2013, Barros Estate celebrated its 100th year of trading in its ports that have become famous across the globe.