Dried fruits, caramel, nuts, berries and a hint of barrel ageing, all at the same time.
It’s easy to drink, lighter in colour than Ruby Port and not yet as complex as our Aged Tawny Ports (10 Years Old, 20 Years Old).
The flavours of wood ageing have influenced this wine. So it has a lovely nuttiness but it also still has the chewy fruitiness, with flavours of raisins and dried figs, of our younger fruit-driven wines.
How to Serve
For some time the preserve of the French and the Portuguese, Tawny Port now has many more international admirers. Serve it any time of the day or night as long as it’s chilled and shared with friends and family. It will stay fresh for at least 8 weeks once opened and you don’t need to worry about decanting.