Increase height 7 cm. Quality, extra-soft calfskin exterior. Quality, extra-soft calfskin exterior. Completely lined in fine leather interior. Ultraflexible...... more
Increase height 7 cm. Quality, extra-soft calfskin exterior. Quality, extra-soft calfskin exterior. Completely lined in fine leather interior. Ultraflexible natural leather and sewn sole. Color Cognac brown
"Cockburn's Fine Ruby is a blend of young wines from various years, aged for three years in wood casks and bottled after filtration. With rich, full-bodied...... more
"Cockburn's Fine Ruby is a blend of young wines from various years, aged for three years in wood casks and bottled after filtration. With rich, full-bodied flavours of raspberry, plum and spice, it retains the red colour and fruit flavour of youth, and is ready to drink when bottled, offering a rich, fruity, sweet taste."
Advantages: A nice sweetish Dry White Port with no chemical taste Disadvantages: Not particularly distinctive against the competition
...pick up a bottle for the equivalent of less than a tenner a bottle. It?s not too often that I manage to choose and prefer the cheaper end of the market.
I drink my dry white port neat and it is particularly refreshing straight out of the fridge after a hot day. I usually pour about half a wine glass from the bottle as the taste is pretty strong.
Port was originally devised as a wine that could be...
Advantages: Lighter tasting port, palatable, good taste Disadvantages: Gout
...though Mother was loathe to part with too much of it to our guests.
The colour is a a soft pink as opposed the the usual ruby red you may be accustomed to in a port. This drink is not made in the traditional manner of a port, but rather in the same way as a rose wine is made. It has 20% alcohol by volume and it is good when seved with cold lemonade, though Mother prefers hers neat. It has a light...
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Review of Croft Pink Port
Advantages: Good value solid tasting Port Disadvantages: Doesn't have the "wow"
...We?ve drunk quite a few bottles of port over the years and even visited the delightful old town of Porto in Portugal for no other reason than to eat fresh squid in seafront restaurants and tour a few of the thirty or so port lodges within spitting distance of the town centre. Decadence itself.
For our Easter weekend meal we found a stray bottle of Taylor?s Select Reserve kicking around which I...