Taylor-Fladgate 10yr Tawny Port

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$36.99
SKU:
624846
Last Updated:
12/07/2022 14:40:51
Varietal:
PORT
Color:
RED
Origin Classes:
PORTUGAL
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An exceptionally fine old tawny blend, aged for an average of 10 years in oak casks. Elegant and smooth, combining delicate wood notes and rich mellow fruit, it is bottled for immediate drinking. Excellent with soft cheeses such as brie; and a superb dessert wine, particularly with dishes made with coffee or almonds, Taylor 10 Year Old Tawny is delicious served lightly chilled at the end of the meal.

Region Description

Tawny Port is a fortified Portuguese wine and describes a wide variety of types. All are made from red grapes aged in wood barrels, mellowing the wine to an amber-brown color with a nutty flavor. (See PORT for more information on the region and fortification process.)

Last Updated:
12/07/2022 14:40:51
Varietal:
PORT
Color:
RED
Origin Classes:
PORTUGAL
RR_BOPIS_Shipment:
true
RR_BOPIS_InStorePickup:
true
RR_BOPIS_CurbsidePickup:
true
Bacchus Price:
36.99
Bacchus Product:
False

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