Porto, Douro

Sandeman

Ruby Porto

Oh hey very good in my baked apple recipe. And a couple other cocktail recipes this shall be in. Dependable ripe yum and balanced if not cocktail-inspirational (hallo Manhattan Sours) port. Use at at will — 7 days ago

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Ellen Clifford

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@Trixie it was good! From a How to Cook Everything Mark Bittman cookbook
Trixie

Trixie

Thanks for the cookbook title. I greatly enjoy trying new recipes.
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@Trixie sure thing! Realized it’s actually the How to Cook Everything Vegetarian version—not sure if it’s in the regular version😊

Warre's

Otima 10 Year Old Tawny Porto Port Blend

Toffee, baked cherries, caramel popcorn, cinnamon and other baking spice, cocoa. Delicious and not overly syrupy. — 7 days ago

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Kopke

Matured in Wood Colheita Port Blend 1967

Rich with notes of caramel, toasted almond, dried figs and cocoa with a super long finish. — 8 days ago

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Warre's

Vintage Porto Port Blend 1977

My life: pairing 41 year old vintage port with take out cheeseburger and fries. Bad karma and a particularly bad omen. Somebody please shoot me. — 13 days ago

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Dow's

Late Bottled Vintage Port 2011

Fall is almost here, and it’s the season I love to drink port. Dow, producing Ports for over 2 centuries. One of the first to establish its own vineyards, acquiring Senhora da Ribeira, in the remote Upper Douro, in 1890 & Bomfim, in the heart of Alto Douro, in 1896. Aromas of really ripe fruits & pleasant fragrant spices. On the palate, ripe fruit flavors, candied apple and sweet blackberries with bits of cacao and honey. Firm dusty tannins, good balance, lingering finish. Perfect now. Tasting Sample. — 12 days ago

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Ferreira

Duque de Bragança 20 Year Old Tawny Porto

Hazelnuts, stewed citrus, baking spices, maple syrup. Not too sweet. Stunning. — 5 days ago

Fonseca

20 Year Old Tawny Port Blend 2011

Fonseca Port was founded in 1822 and successive generations of the Guimaraens family have upheld the Company’s reputation. Nice amber color with aromas of honey and nutty notes. On the palate ripe dried fruits with sweet cinnamon spice and oak emerge from the glass. Soft texture lingering finish ending with a slight citrus character. Very nice. Tasting Sample. — 7 days ago

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W. & J. Graham's

Finest Reserve Porto Port Blend 1970

Probably a couple years past it’s prime but this is still a nice port. Light ruby red in the glass with some browning at the edges. Still good acid and good sweetness profile. Nice port after a great meal. — 10 days ago

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Dow's

Vintage Porto Port Blend 2007

Vintage 2007 / Too young now but with great potential — 17 days ago

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Kopke

10 Year Old Tawny Porto

This is the Porto Rocha 10 Year Old Tawny. Tastes more like a 20 yo Tawny. Lovely notes of fig and dates. Lovely Rancio nose. Long finish. Delicious! — 15 days ago

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