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Croft Reserve Tawny Port 750ml - Item Code: 07854
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Croft Reserve Tawny Port is a premium fortified wine from Portugal’s Douro Valley. This exquisite port is made from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, and Tinta Barroca grapes, which are aged in oak barrels for an average of seven years. The result is a complex and full-bodied port with a deep mahogany color and a rich, nutty aroma. On the palate, Croft Reserve Tawny Port offers notes of dried fruits, toasted nuts, and caramel, with a long, smooth finish. Enjoy this port on its own or with a variety of desserts.
Producer Notes: Croft
Croft is a renowned drinks producer that has been in the business for over 400 years. The company is based in the Douro Valley in Portugal, which is known for producing some of the world’s finest wines. Croft is particularly famous for its port wines, which are made using traditional methods and aged in oak barrels for several years.
The company was founded in 1588 by a British merchant named John Croft, who established a trading post in the Douro Valley. Over the years, the company grew and expanded its operations, becoming one of the most respected names in the wine industry.
Today, Croft produces a wide range of port wines, including vintage, tawny, and ruby ports. Each of these wines has its own unique flavor profile and is made using different grape varieties and aging techniques. The company also produces a range of white and red table wines, as well as a selection of fortified wines.
One of Croft’s most famous products is its Croft Pink port, which was launched in 2008. This innovative wine is made using a blend of red and white grapes and has a light, refreshing taste that is perfect for summer drinking. Croft Pink has won numerous awards and has become a popular choice among younger wine drinkers.
In addition to its port wines, Croft also produces a range of other fortified wines, including sherry and Madeira. These wines are made using traditional methods and are aged for several years to develop their unique flavors and aromas.
Overall, Croft is a highly respected drinks producer that has a long history of producing some of the world’s finest wines. Whether you’re a fan of port, sherry, or Madeira, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes in Croft’s extensive range of products.
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Rich and smooth, this is a ripe and fruity wine. It has hints of wood aging as well as dried fruit to bring out a tawny character. The wine is nicely poised between freshness and some maturity.
About the Producer: Croft Port
Croft is a leading port maker with a wide range of styles, although it is particularly known for both its vintage port and a range of more innovative products, including the first rose port. ; The company started as a wine merchant founded in 1588 by Henry Thompson in York, in northern England. In 1647 he acquired wineries in Bordeaux, and during his travels to the wine regions he marketed some other goods such as textiles; in the 1650s, he began to negotiate with Portugal. The Croft family married the company in the 1730s, and Croft's first vintage port was a 1781 port. In 1911, the Gilby family took over. In the 1960s and 1970s, the company expanded to produce brandy and sherry. At that time, it belonged to the IDV company, which later became Diageo. In 2001, the Croft Port brand was bought by Taylor Fonseca (who became a Fladgate partnership), while Gonzalez Byass bought the Sherry division and Diageo kept the cognac business. In recent years, significant investments have been made in the vineyards. The house also gained prominence with the launch of Croft Pink and new blends such as Croft Indulgence, while receiving high marks for its vintage releases. Croft's main vineyard is Quinta da Roêda, acquired in 1889, which contains some of the oldest vineyards in the Douro. ...
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