Tawny Port


Tawny Porto Port Blend

Rich, smooth with smoky, vanilla oak nuances - great fireside sipping #tawnyport — 5 days ago

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W. & J. Graham's

Aged 20 Years Tawny Port Blend

In 1970 company changed ownership from founding family to the Symingtons, who have been Port producers since 1882 & through their Anglo-Portuguese great-grandmother, they trace Port heritage to 1652. Deep Amber color with delicate sweet nutty aromas. The palate showing notes of smoke, caramel, raisins & sweet figs. Long finish some honey, baked plum & hazelnut character. Very nice! 20-year is the sweet spot for affordability & style. Tasting Sample! — 8 days ago

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30 Years Old Tawny Port 1715

I’m not a port enthusiast... But meu deus. How is there hints of caramel? This is unreal. — 11 days ago


Dona Antonia Reserva Tawny Port Blend

Nose has fresh caramel, over-ripe cherry, ripe plum, molasses and re-hydrated raisin.

Palate has burnt caramel over ripe cherry, roasted almond, dried fig, thick honey and (light) bittersweet chocolate.
— 7 days ago

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Adriano Ramos Pinto

30 Year Tawny Porto

Vinhas Velhas - 40+ indigenous varietals inter planted. 20.5% Fig, prune, almond paste, raisin, sticky pumpkin pudding, pecan pie. Elevated acidity, full body. Pronounced intensity and prolonged finish. — 11 days ago


10 Year Old Tawny Porto

1912 Andrew James Symington became partner in Dow's and today, five members of the 4th generation Symington family own and manage this historic house. 10 Years" indicates an average age – this Aged Tawny Port is a blend of older wines, matured in oak casts. Medium tawny color with aromas of sweet dried fruits, citrus and nutty notes. On the palate sweet ripe fruit, sweet cinnamon ending with fig, marzipan and cacao notes. Smooth, medium+ length. Nice value. Drink now, no bottle age benefit. Tasting Sample. — 19 days ago

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W. & J. Graham's

Aged 10 Years Tawny Port Blend

Founded in 1820, Graham’s produced some great Ports of the 20th century. In 1970 the company changed ownership from the founding family to the Symingtons. Reddish amber color with aromas of ripe red fruits with a classic Tawny nuttiness. On the palate sweet cherry and raspberry flavors with some cacao, vanilla and oak notes. Lingering finish, fresh and vibrant. It has a t-cap closure, means no corkscrew to open & will stay fresh for 2 to 4 months if stored in a cool, dark place. Nice! — 8 days ago

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Porto Morgado

10 Year Old Tawny Porto 2019

It's a little sweeter than I'd like but man do I love me some cask flavor — 20 hours ago


10 Years Tawny Porto

Nuttiness. Oak. A bit of chocolate. — 6 days ago


Sandeman Porto 20 Year Old Tawny

Enter Sandeman: chocolate and caramel. Fantastic. — 6 days ago

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