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Cold weather and cosy evenings call for a nightcap. With its warming fruitiness and satisfying thickness, port is an obvious choice for those winter months. So what makes a good port?

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There are a number of Port types or classifications, please find below a summary of the various types being sold in the market place. Vintage port is made entirely from the grapes of a single year and are the best grapes and wine of that year. Vintage ports are not declared each year but depends on the quality of wines available.

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In fact, Port has a bit of a stuffy imagine. Hopefully, this article will change your perception of Port. One of the biggest reasons that Port is so underrated is that most people have only tried a very basic bottle of Ruby or Tawny Port from the supermarket, the two types that are most commonly available. To fall in love with Port, you really need to have tried a good bottle.

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Port style wine is usually richer, sweeter and heavier than unfortified table wines. Leaving the grapes on the vine to sweeten and develop full flavours in the height of summer, gives our wines the characteristic full flavour for which Talijancich Wines are known. The addition of distilled grape spirit brandy to fortify the wine means that the wine retains some of the natural sweetness, making it rich, rounded and smooth on the palate.

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You can get all kinds, including white port made from white grapeseach with different characteristics. Port is a fortified wine produced in the Duoro Valley, in the northern provinces of Portugal — one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. Ruby Port — Aged for years in barrels or vats, these are full-bodied ports that are meant to be drunk young.

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Ruby port is the cheapest and most extensively produced type of port. After fermentation, it is stored in tanks made of concrete or stainless steel to prevent oxidative aging and preserve its rich claret colour. The wine is usually blended to match the style of the brand to which it is to be sold.

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And there's much more to learn about this remarkable drink: the various types i. You'll soon be ready to tackle your first bottle, one delicious sip at a time. Made for centuries in the rugged region of northwest Portugal's Douro Valley, Port is a fortified winemeaning it's a wine that's been blended with a small amount of a distilled spirit, usually brandy.

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Port is produced from grapes grown and processed in the demarcated Douro region. The fortification spirit is sometimes referred to as brandy but it bears little resemblance to commercial brandies. The wine is then stored and agedoften in barrels stored in a Lodge meaning "cellar" as is the case in Vila Nova de Gaiabefore being bottled.

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The magnificent fortified wines of the Douro Valley are undoubtedly some of the greatest, long-lived and best value fine wines available today. Indeed, Port can literally last for centuries and has been made for centuries — the Douro valley was defined as an appellation inmaking it the oldest legally recognized region in the world. It has traditionally been stored at the Port lodges in Vila Nova de Gaia opposite Oporto but since it has been permitted to make, store and ship Port at the magnificent estates or Quintas of the Douro. Moreover, the best vintage Ports continue to be made by fermenting in Lagares, which involves treading by foot which allows the gentle extraction of color, tannin, and flavors before the fermentation is stopped with the addition of spirit halfway through the fermentation process, which leaves a relatively high amount of sugar remaining in the wine.

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