Port Wine Croft White 75cl
Region: Douro, Portugal
Port wine White Croft is made from a batch of wines produced with white grapes grown mainly in the upper slopes of the Douro region. Among the grape varieties used include the Arinto, Boal, Distemper Dog, Folgasão, Gouveio, Viosinho and Rabigato. The individual wines are aged in oak barrels for about three years where they acquire smoothness and character. They are then batched to produce a rich white port wine with a traditional soft-bodied style.
Port wine White Croft is bottled for immediate consumption.
Rich and fragrant nose with ripe fruit and notes of honey and oak aromas. Full-bodied, with velvety mouth and featuring a very tasty end.