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Dows Fine Tawny Port 750ml - Item Code: 05911
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Dows Fine Tawny Port is a classic Portuguese fortified wine made from a blend of traditional grape varieties. It is aged in oak barrels for an average of seven years, giving it a rich, nutty flavor and a deep amber color. The nose is full of dried fruit, nuts, and caramel, while the palate is smooth and mellow with a hint of sweetness. On the finish, there are notes of dried figs, raisins, and a hint of spice. This port is perfect for sipping on its own or as an accompaniment to desserts. Enjoy Dows Fine Tawny Port for its unique flavor and complexity.
Producer Notes: Dow’s Port
Dow’s Port is a renowned drinks producer that specializes in the production of high-quality port wines. The company was founded in 1798 by Bruno da Silva, a Portuguese merchant who established the business in the Douro Valley region of Portugal. The Douro Valley is known for its unique microclimate and soil composition, which makes it an ideal location for growing grapes that are used to produce port wine.
Dow’s Port is known for its commitment to quality and tradition. The company uses only the finest grapes, which are handpicked and carefully selected to ensure that only the best fruit is used in the production process. The grapes are then crushed and fermented in traditional granite lagares, which are large open tanks that allow for the natural fermentation process to take place.
Dow’s Port produces a range of different port wines, including vintage, tawny, and ruby ports. The company’s vintage ports are considered to be some of the best in the world, and are made from grapes that are harvested in a single year. These ports are aged in oak barrels for several years before they are bottled, which gives them a rich, complex flavor and aroma.
In addition to its port wines, Dow’s Port also produces a range of other drinks, including white and red table wines, as well as a range of fortified wines. The company’s most famous fortified wine is its Dow’s Fine White Port, which is made from a blend of traditional white grape varieties and is aged in oak barrels for several years before it is bottled.
Overall, Dow’s Port is a highly respected drinks producer that is known for its commitment to quality and tradition. The company’s range of port wines and other drinks are enjoyed by people all over the world, and are considered to be some of the finest examples of their kind.
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About the Producer: Dow's Port
Dow's is a family-owned port house that has produced traditional port wine for over 200 years despite war, disease and economic turmoil. One of the most renowned Port wine producers, it has some of the best vineyards in the Douro Valley. The company, which later became Dau's, was founded in 1798 by Bruno da Silva, a Portuguese wine merchant who moved to London to sell his wines. and quickly became an integral part of London's wine industry. During the Napoleonic Wars, Lula received the Markov Certificate (a royal order that allowed a private ship to fight enemies of the British crown), which allowed him to transport his goods relatively safely across the naval battlefield that was the Bay of Biscay. In 1877, Bruno's grandson tried to expand the company and merged with another well-known port manufacturer, Dow and Co. The co-owners decided that the company would be called Dow's. Since 1961, Dow's has belonged to the Symington family, which has historically been heavily involved in the port industry. The Symingtons are now part of the world-renowned Primim Familiae Vini, a group of 11 leading wine families from around the world, including Mouton Rothschild of Bordeaux, Sassacaya of Tuscany and Paul Roger of Champagne. Dow has four vineyards in the Douro Superior Valley. each with a grape that brings different characteristics to Dow's portfolio. Quinta do Bomfim is the flagship and source of the company's single Quinta do Bomfim. Quinta do Bomfimare grapes are generally responsible for the structure of most Dow's Ports. Other sites are in Sejora da Ribéria, 24 km (15 miles) upstream from Quinta do Bomfim, along with the nearby sites of Serdeira and Santinho. The Sehora da Riberia vineyard has the highest percentage of old vines, most of which are at least 25 years old. ... These undersized grapes are ideal for vintage Ports. The company produces a range of Ports, from basic Ruby and Tawny to aged Tawnies, as well as the critically acclaimed Vintage Port.