Organic Port Wines
Port is a fortified wine made exclusively in the Douro Valley of Portugal. Due to its sweet taste, it is often classified as a dessert wine. White and drier varieties, though, are also produced. Fortified wines can be, and are, made in many countries across the world, but only those grown in the designated region along the Douro River can call themselves Port.
When it comes to tasting profile, a rich and concentrated tawny Port contains an opulent flavour of grapes and may have a hint of additional fruit, such as berries, cherry, and plums. Chocolate and wood notes are also common.
Ports come in many styles, and can be paired with a range of foods, from tapas style appetizers to rich chocolate desserts. If you prefer lighter, drier styles, then go for Casal Jordoes Tawny Port . For something richer, with ripe, dry fruit, then you may enjoy Casal Jordoes Finest Reserve with its hint of raisin and fig.
Vintage Ports are the most famous and revered style made in this region. They are produced from the best grapes, and only in certain years when conditions are perfect. These Ports can be drunk when released, but will also age for years, or even decades.