Taylor Port Wine

Taylor Port Wine

Taylor Port Wine

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Indulge in the rich history and exquisite flavors of Taylor Port Wine, a beloved classic that has delighted palates for generations. Crafted with the utmost care and expertise by the renowned Taylor Fladgate House, this exceptional port wine showcases the finest Portuguese grapes and the artistry of traditional winemaking techniques.

A Legacy of Excellence: Taylor Port Wine embodies a legacy of excellence that spans over three centuries. Established in 1692, Taylor Fladgate has earned a reputation for producing some of the world's finest ports, with a commitment to quality and craftsmanship that endures to this day.

Rich and Velvety Texture: With its deep ruby hue and velvety texture, Taylor Port Wine is a sensory delight from the moment it touches the glass. Each sip envelops the palate with layers of rich, luscious flavors, showcasing the full-bodied character and complexity that are the hallmarks of a superior port.

Intense Fruitiness: Taylor Port Wine is renowned for its intense fruitiness, with vibrant notes of ripe berries, cherries, and plums dancing on the palate. These flavors are complemented by subtle hints of spice, chocolate, and oak, adding depth and dimension to the wine's profile.

Versatile Pairing Partner: Whether enjoyed on its own as a decadent dessert wine or paired with a variety of culinary delights, Taylor Port Wine offers endless possibilities for enjoyment. Its sweet, fruity profile makes it the perfect complement to rich cheeses, chocolate desserts, and savory dishes alike.

A Toast to Tradition: Raise a glass and toast to tradition with Taylor Port Wine. With its timeless elegance and exquisite flavors, it's a wine that embodies the essence of Portuguese winemaking and the artistry of the Taylor Fladgate House. Savor the history and heritage in every sip of Taylor Port Wine.

Appearance: Taylor Port Wine displays a deep, rich ruby hue, inviting anticipation for the luxurious flavors within. Its intense color hints at the wine's depth and complexity, promising a sensory journey of indulgence.

Nose: The aroma unfolds with an enticing bouquet of ripe berries, cherries, and plums, intermingled with subtle hints of spice and oak. Notes of dried fruits and floral undertones add depth and intrigue, creating a captivating olfactory experience.

Palate: On the palate, Taylor Port Wine delights with its full-bodied and velvety texture. Rich flavors of dark berries and stone fruits dominate, enveloping the tongue with their luscious sweetness. Layers of complexity emerge as hints of chocolate, caramel, and spice linger in the background, adding depth and nuance to the wine's profile.

Finish: The finish is long and satisfying, with the wine's sweet fruitiness lingering on the palate. A subtle warmth from the alcohol provides a comforting sensation, while gentle tannins contribute to a smooth and well-balanced conclusion.

Portugal's Douro Valley is the home of port wine, twisting valleys and tidy terraces. One of Portugal's most endearing slices is the Douro River Valley, the winding, terraced region that produces the country's beloved port wine. This is Portugal's answer to Germany's romantic Rhine River Valley.ATaylor Port is a moderately sweet, ruby red wine with a rich, fruity taste. Iconic among port wines, its smooth finish makes it perfect for evening sipping and a great companion for your favorite dessert.As a result Joseph Taylor became sole owner of the firm in Portugal and started up his own London company, Joseph Taylor Port & Brandy Merchants, later merging the two businesses.
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As the fermenting wine pours into the vat, a very clean young wine brandy is added to it. This colourless neutral spirit, at strength of 77% alcohol, is usually added in a ratio of about 115 litres of brandy to 435 litres of fermenting wine although this proportion can vary.
Port is a Portuguese fortified wine that is made by adding distilled grape spirit, usually brandy, to a wine base. The addition of the high-alcohol spirit stops fermentation and “fortifies” the wine.

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