Smith Woodhouse - Tawny Port - Port



Smith Woodhouse - Tawny Port
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Lovely red tawny colour. Smith Woodhouse Fine Tawny has fine soft aromas of red fruits, combined with nutty hints. On the palate, elegant and well rounded flavours. Suitable for all occasions.

Try Smith Woodhouse Fine Tawny chilled with dried fruits or creamy desserts.

"Smith Woodhouse produces Ports that are often in the premier league." Richard Mayson, Port and Douro, 1999 .

This is a young blended Tawny Port. Smith Woodhouse Fine Tawny is a lighter, more delicate, and slightly drier wine than the Ruby. The combination of careful blending with ageing in small oak casks, has produced a wine, which combines fruity characteristics with a roundness and elegance achieved from the cask ageing.

Category(s):     Port

Producer: Smith Woodhouse Port   -
ABV:   20%
Brand:   Smith Woodhouse Port
Colour:   Red
Country of Origin:   Portugal
Region:   Douro


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3 Products From this Producer

Smith Woodhouse - 10 Year Old TawnyIn Stock   75cl Bottle£ 17.62
Smith Woodhouse - Quinta Madelena 1996In Stock   75cl Bottle£ 22.50
Smith Woodhouse - Ruby PortIn Stock   75cl Bottle£ 10.42

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Producer Information

Smith Woodhouse consistently steals the show when it comes to Vintage Ports - they are eagerly sought out by true Port lovers but often are unheralded when amongst the trade's biggest names - that is until the tasting begins.

Smith Woodhouse is a specialist producer of premium quality Ports made primarily from grapes grown in the vineyards of Quinta da Madalena, a small but very good 7 hectare property in the heart of Rio Torto Valley, long recognised as one of the best areas of the Douro.
As a specialist producer, quality takes priority above all else.
Only the best fruit is used, picked by hand and transported in small boxes to ensure the best possible condition of the grapes coming into the winery.

Rigorous selection standards and the low-yielding old vines of the Madalena vineyard combine to ensure that the quantity of Port bottled each year is very limited but of uncompromising quality.

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