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Post By Krystyn Laska-Poland
First it was dificult to find something because i'm not familiar with Portuguese wine brands but now it seams easy because i love white wine and all seems quite good. Very good offer.

10-04-2014
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Never thought i would import wine but what a brilliant idea we have had 24 different types of red and rose it's like being on a wine tasting experience every time we open a bottle, we are that pleased with the whole aspect of this experience i have just bought more ...thanks, Portugal Vineyards

04-11-2018
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I can totally recommend Portugal Vineyards. All of my 9 orders (of 12 bottles each) have arrived safely and securely and in very good time. The Courier they use (DHL) is also excellent and they provide full tracking of the orders. They have an excellent choice of wines at very good prices. Even the 2-3 euros a bottle wines are good quality, and I have not had a single bottle which was unacceptable. I am about to place my tenth order - and many more will follow. I am one very happy customer!

10-07-2017

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Taylors Chip Dry Port
Pale, straw colour. Delicate nose combining fresh fruit fragrances with the mellow aromas and hints of oak of a traditional white port. Fresh, lively palate, with good flavour and crisp, dry finish.
87 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 84 points in CellarTracker; 16 points in Decanter Magazine.

Taylors Select Reserve Port
Deep ruby-red colour, with garnet rim. Classic intense black fruit nose. Firm, vigorous, full-bodied palate, with powerful fruit flavours and a long finish.
Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2008; Bronze medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2008; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2008; 86 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 89 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 88 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com.

Taylors LBV Port 2009
Deep ruby red colour. The nose has rich blackcurrant, strawberry and plum aromas with delicate floral notes. On the palate, the tannins are firm but well integrated and the intense fruity flavours persist into the long finish. This is a complex, multidimensional wine with the classic Taylor elegance, balance and finesse.
International Wine Challenge, May 2013 – Gold medal; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 Bronze medal; 16 points in Jancis Robinson.

Taylors Tawny 10 years Port
It is a deep brick colour with amber rim. Rich and elegant nose combining aromas of ripe berry fruit with a delicate nuttiness and subtle mellow notes of chocolate, butterscotch and fine oak wood. Smooth and silky on the palate and full of ripe figgy, jammy flavours which persist on the long finish.
Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2012; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012; Commended International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2011; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2010; Bronze medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2009; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2009; Commended International Wine Challenge 2009; 90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 90 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 89 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 88 points in CellarTracker.

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  • Region: Port wine
  • Type: Tawny Port
  • Alcohol: 20%
  • Bottle Size: 50 ml
  • Grape Variety: Old Vines
  • Winemaker: David Guimaraens
  • Year: NV
Winemaking:
Taylors Chip Dry Port - Taylors Select Reserve Port - Taylors LBV Port 2009 - Taylors Tawny 10 years Port

Grape Varieties:
Old Vines

Tasting Notes:
Taylors Chip Dry Port
Pale, straw colour. Delicate nose combining fresh fruit fragrances with the mellow aromas and hints of oak of a traditional white port. Fresh, lively palate, with good flavour and crisp, dry finish.
87 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 84 points in CellarTracker; 16 points in Decanter Magazine.

Taylors Select Reserve Port
Deep ruby-red colour, with garnet rim. Classic intense black fruit nose. Firm, vigorous, full-bodied palate, with powerful fruit flavours and a long finish.
Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2008; Bronze medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2008; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2008; 86 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 89 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 88 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com.

Taylors LBV Port 2009
Deep ruby red colour. The nose has rich blackcurrant, strawberry and plum aromas with delicate floral notes. On the palate, the tannins are firm but well integrated and the intense fruity flavours persist into the long finish. This is a complex, multidimensional wine with the classic Taylor elegance, balance and finesse.
International Wine Challenge, May 2013 – Gold medal; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 Bronze medal; 16 points in Jancis Robinson.

Taylors Tawny 10 years Port
It is a deep brick colour with amber rim. Rich and elegant nose combining aromas of ripe berry fruit with a delicate nuttiness and subtle mellow notes of chocolate, butterscotch and fine oak wood. Smooth and silky on the palate and full of ripe figgy, jammy flavours which persist on the long finish.
Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2012; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012; Commended International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2011; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2010; Bronze medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2009; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2009; Commended International Wine Challenge 2009; 90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 90 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 89 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 88 points in CellarTracker.

Store and Serve Advices:
You can serve at room temperature and even drink straight from the bottle.

Food Pairing:
The perfect way to sample each type of Ports and select the most suitable one for your profile.

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Taylors Chip Dry Port
Pale, straw colour. Delicate nose combining fresh fruit fragrances with the mellow aromas and hints of oak of a traditional white port. Fresh, lively palate, with good flavour and crisp, dry finish.
87 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 84 points in CellarTracker; 16 points in Decanter Magazine.

Taylors Select Reserve Port
Deep ruby-red colour, with garnet rim. Classic intense black fruit nose. Firm, vigorous, full-bodied palate, with powerful fruit flavours and a long finish.
Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2008; Bronze medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2008; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2008; 86 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 89 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 88 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com.

Taylors LBV Port 2009
Deep ruby red colour. The nose has rich blackcurrant, strawberry and plum aromas with delicate floral notes. On the palate, the tannins are firm but well integrated and the intense fruity flavours persist into the long finish. This is a complex, multidimensional wine with the classic Taylor elegance, balance and finesse.
International Wine Challenge, May 2013 – Gold medal; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 Bronze medal; 16 points in Jancis Robinson.

Taylors Tawny 10 years Port
It is a deep brick colour with amber rim. Rich and elegant nose combining aromas of ripe berry fruit with a delicate nuttiness and subtle mellow notes of chocolate, butterscotch and fine oak wood. Smooth and silky on the palate and full of ripe figgy, jammy flavours which persist on the long finish.
Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2013; Silver medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2012; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012; Commended International Wine Challenge 2012; Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2011; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2010; Bronze medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2009; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2009; Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2009; Commended International Wine Challenge 2009; 90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 90 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 89 points in Jamie Goode from WineAnorak.com; 88 points in CellarTracker.

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