Taylor Fladgate

20 Years Old Tawny Port Blend

9.2142 ratings
9.221 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Top Notes For
Boris Mathiszik

Delicious tawny port with ultra long finish. The obvious pairing is with chocolate, but I’d like to experiment with different cheeses also.

Delicious tawny port with ultra long finish. The obvious pairing is with chocolate, but I’d like to experiment with different cheeses also.

Oct 23rd, 2019
David T

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

9.3

For dessert, Hedy prepared Chocolate Hazelnut Torte, Hazelnut Brittle, Hazelnut Crema. Amazing creation.

This screamed for a Tawny Port. It was a marriage made in heaven. These two tangoed on the palate. The wine not too sweet, showing nice amber qualities and hazelnut characters.

Such a beautiful evening and a great night of great guests, food and wine!!!

Hedy @Plate&Bottle on Facebook.

For dessert, Hedy prepared Chocolate Hazelnut Torte, Hazelnut Brittle, Hazelnut Crema. Amazing creation.

This screamed for a Tawny Port. It was a marriage made in heaven. These two tangoed on the palate. The wine not too sweet, showing nice amber qualities and hazelnut characters.

Such a beautiful evening and a great night of great guests, food and wine!!!

Hedy @Plate&Bottle on Facebook.

Aug 4th, 2018
Sipping Fine Wine

The 20-year tawny is a personal favorite. I’m always amazed how good this is whenever I have a glass. Taylor is run today from Oporto by descendants of the Yeatman and Fladgate families, both of which have been partners in the firm since the 1830s. Complex aromas rich with dried fruits and spice. On the palate apricot and sweet berry flavors with honey and toasted nut notes, well balanced nice acidity. Lingering finish ending smooth with oaky nut character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

The 20-year tawny is a personal favorite. I’m always amazed how good this is whenever I have a glass. Taylor is run today from Oporto by descendants of the Yeatman and Fladgate families, both of which have been partners in the firm since the 1830s. Complex aromas rich with dried fruits and spice. On the palate apricot and sweet berry flavors with honey and toasted nut notes, well balanced nice acidity. Lingering finish ending smooth with oaky nut character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

Nov 25th, 2017
Sipping Fine Wine

Taylor is run today from Oporto by descendants of the Yeatman and Fladgate families, both of which have been partners in the firm since the 1830s. Complex aromas rich with dried fruits and spice. On the palate apricot and sweet berry flavors with honey and toasted nut notes, well balanced nice acidity. Lingering finish ending smooth with oaky nut character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

Taylor is run today from Oporto by descendants of the Yeatman and Fladgate families, both of which have been partners in the firm since the 1830s. Complex aromas rich with dried fruits and spice. On the palate apricot and sweet berry flavors with honey and toasted nut notes, well balanced nice acidity. Lingering finish ending smooth with oaky nut character. Very Nice. Tasting Sample.

Nov 8th, 2017
Sal F.
9.3

Although I am not really a tawny kind of guy, it is hard to deny the greatness of this wine. A lovely red amber color with a nose of toasted nuts, caramel and golden raisins. The attack is a bright sweet symphony of toasted nuts and golden raisin. This attack gives way to salted caramel and a long soft tannic finish. My only complaint is there is some serious heat on the finish that makes it slightly unpleasant.

Although I am not really a tawny kind of guy, it is hard to deny the greatness of this wine. A lovely red amber color with a nose of toasted nuts, caramel and golden raisins. The attack is a bright sweet symphony of toasted nuts and golden raisin. This attack gives way to salted caramel and a long soft tannic finish. My only complaint is there is some serious heat on the finish that makes it slightly unpleasant.

3 people found it helpfulDec 7th, 2013
Steve Tishco

Fig, chocolate, coffee. A bit hot on the finish but very solid.

Fig, chocolate, coffee. A bit hot on the finish but very solid.

2 people found it helpfulDec 26th, 2014
Dave Wismer

20 year old Tawny lasts about 5 minutes. Always the good way to end another great wine tasting

20 year old Tawny lasts about 5 minutes. Always the good way to end another great wine tasting

1 person found it helpfulSep 28th, 2014
Ann Altman

Wine Manager Young's

9.1

Ann had this 5 years ago

Ann had this 5 years ago

1 person found it helpfulSep 19th, 2014
Layne Stewart

Very nice port. Looking forward to trying the 30 year old.

Very nice port. Looking forward to trying the 30 year old.

1 person found it helpfulAug 11th, 2014
Dave Wismer

4th course - 20 year old port. We also have 10 year old, but come'on I'm not a pedophile.

4th course - 20 year old port. We also have 10 year old, but come'on I'm not a pedophile.

1 person found it helpfulJul 12th, 2014