- reccomend a port – drinking type
It’s best to go to a good wine merchant – you need to decide on style, and whether you want a port for drinking now, or one that will be at its best in a few years time.
One recommendation – for something a bit unusual, try a Colheita. It’s a “vintage” tawny so is lighter in colour and style than other ports. I think it goes much better with cheese than heavier ports. I had this one last Christmas: null
Within your budget and highly recommended – lovely taste of spices and dried fruits.Posted 9 years ago
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