A real versatile port. Excellent on it's own or try with tangy, sharp cheese.
Tasting Notes: This White Port is made from a field blend of white varieties which are fermented in stainless steel, fortified at the desired level of sweetness and aged for a minimum of 3 years. The result is an orangey-brown coloured wine with delicious notes of dried apricot, wild honey, spices and vanilla. Smooth and round, it is initially quite sweet on the palate but finishes relatively dry with a delightful citrus peel-infused aftertaste.
Established in 1638, Kopke is considered to be the oldest Port House in Porto, and so the original Port House. Kopke has a wonderful reputation for making exceptional ports.
Once opened it should be consumed within 2 months
Food Match : Really good with tangy sharp cheeses such as parmesan - or on it's own over ice.
Grape : Viosinho, Folgasão, Rabigato, Gouveio, Malvasia Fina, Cerceal and Arinto
Producer : C N Kopke
Country : Porto, Duoro, Portugal