bold & opulent
This port is called "Chip Dry" because it is so dry "like a piece of wood". On ice with a little lime and mint it is a great aperitif.
In the glass a dark straw yellow.
In the nose, clear aromas of almonds.
On the palate, a slight sweetness with wonderfully balanced and fresh acidity. The aromas are intense and reminiscent of almonds and marzipan. Wonderfully complex and long lasting.
Taylor's Port was the first port house to start vinifying white port in the 1930s. This Port is also a blend of different grape varieties, but the white Malvasia Fina dominates. The white port is a perfect aperitif wine and should be enjoyed well chilled at about 10 °C. Taylor's Chip Dry also tastes great as a long drink mixed with tonic water - definitely try it!
Expertise | Taylor's Port Chip Dry NV
- 20 %
- Closure Type
- 0,75 L bottles
- goes well with
- ein perfekter Aperitifwein mit Oliven und gesalzenen Mandeln. Schmeckt auch toll als Longdrink gemixt mit Tonic-Wasser und Limette.
- package size
gut gekühlt bei ca. 10 °C genießen