Previously referred to as 'Australian Tawny Port', our Australian Tawny shows the classic caramel treacle colour of a tawny style. Delicious aromas of spicy fruit cake and raisins are immediate on the nose, while on the palate this fortified is luscious and intense with caramel and aged rancio flavours - a direct result of blending mature and younger wines. The wood maturation of this wine enhances the developed qualities of richness and intensity. This port shows sweetness balanced by the drying sensations derived from extended ageing in oak barrels, and a lengthy and lingering spicy finish
Portugal- Fine ruby port is the youngest style of Port, and is deep red in color with a rich, fruity, sweet taste. It is matured for three years in a cask and is ready for drinking as soon as it is bottled.
Cockburn's Fine Ruby port is a blend of young wines from various years, aged for three to five years and bottled after filtration. It retains the red color and fruit flavor of youth, and is ready to drink when bottled, offering a rich, fruity, sweet taste.
Complex aromatics of dark raisined fruits, mocha, hints of vanillin oak and nutty aged barrel characters enhance this luscious tawny. Subtle mocha and coffee nuances have integrated over time, the harmonious barrel-aged flavours signing off with a lingering drying finish. With an average age of 21 years, you can comfortably cellar this, or go ahead and open it.
Over the last twenty five years the work done in the Dow’s vineyards and in the Dow’s wineries has resulted in constant improvement to the quality of all the house's premium Ports. Nowhere has this investment been more in evidence than in the quality of Dow’s Late Bottled Vintage Ports (LBV). Dow’s LBV is full-bodied, rich but perfectly balanced with soft peppery tannins and with a fine acidity that ensure perfect balance on the palate. The classic Dow’s dry finish is always present in the house’s LBV; it is one of the finest LBV Ports available."
A superb Tawny from a leading Port house. Dow's Tawny is a very fine and delicate style, with pretty red fruits balanced by nutty depth derived from an average of three years aging in small oak casks. Owned by the historic and also very modern Symington family stable of Ports, the Dow's has both pedigree and sheer quality on its side.
rom the Gimblett Gravels, a premium wine growing district in the Hawkes Bay of New Zealand comes this 10 Year Old Tawny.
Fully matured in seasoned French Oak casks over many years in the cool cellars, this wine develops its port style tawny colour through gradual exposure to oxidation and evaporation. Complex mellow flavours are smooth and sweet with very delicate wood notes that compliment the rich aromas of mature fruit.
This wine is best served with dessert and will continue to develop in bottle for many years.
Australia's most popular fortified wine is a tawny noted for it's mellowness and consistency. A blend of vintages oak matured at Penfolds' Kalimna cellars, in the Barrossa Valley.
The palate is rich and vibrant displaying ripe spicy fruit, toffee and walnuts framed by smokey oak with a lifted cleansing finish.
Arguably the most refined wine in Penfolds Tawny portfolio, replete with elegance and power. Exhibiting sweet fruitcake flavours, obvious wood aged complexity and concentration. The finish is fresh with a wonderful balance and lingering intensity.
Deep ruby colour. The elegant and stylish nose combines fresh, intense blackcurrant and cherry aromas with subtle notes of liquorice and spice. On the palate the rich and concentrated black fruit flavour is supported by firm but well integrated tannins. True to the Taylor’s style the wine shows great balance and finesse.
Pale brick colour with broad amber rim. Mellow nose of succulent ripe berry fruit with aromas of butterscotch, figs and prunes interwoven with attractive nutty and spicy aromas. Smooth and round on the palate, full of rich strawberry jam flavours.
A rich, full bodied, sweet fortified wine produced in the Douro region of Portugal. The bouquet smells of raisins and the taste is warm, rich and complex - a specially of the region. Serve it with melon, foie gras, cheese, nuts or almonds - the classic accompaniments to Port.
\nGraham’s 2013 LBV is very deep purple in
\ncolour with an intense garnet edge. The wine
\noffers enticing aromas of red and black fruits
\nwith some lovely mint and eucalyptus notes.
\nIt is generous on the palate, with Graham’s
\ntypical opulence, revealing delicious blackberry
\nfruit underscored by ripe, polished tannins,
\nwhich give the wine great freshness and
\nvitality. The finish reveals Graham’s signature
\ncomplexity and elegance in equal measure.