Port Wine DOW’S 20 Years Old Tawny Tube 75cl
Pairs extremely well with nuts, dried fruits and fruitcake, but is also delicious as an accompaniment to vanilla ice cream or crème brûlée.
Dow’s is owned and managed by the fourth generation of the Symington family, Port producers since the 19th Century. The family, whose experience dates back over 100 years, supervises all the vineyards, winemaking and ageing of this wine. Dow’s owns two of the Douro?s finest Quintas, Senhora da Ribeira and Bomfim. They were acquired in 1890 and 1896, making Dow?s one of the first houses to invest in premium vineyards.
20 YEARS OLD TAWNY
Dow’s old Tawnies are well known for their remarkable raisiny, dried fruit flavours, exquisite creamy texture and an exceptionally long, lingering finish. Dow’s Twenty Years Old Tawny is the perfectly balanced tawny. The delicate flavours acquired through long ageing combine perfectly with the rich and subtle mature fruit. Ready for immediate drinking. No further ageing of decanting required.
Light amber and tawny colour, showing mature raisiny fruit aromas with hints of honey and caramel. Dow’s Twenty Years Old Tawny has a rich and nutty palate, with wonderful balance. A clean crisp finish and a soft lingering aftertaste make this an unforgettable Port on any occasion.
Food pairing suggestions and serving
Dow’s Twenty Years Old Tawny pairs extremely well with nuts, dried fruits and fruitcake, but is also delicious as an accompaniment to vanilla ice cream or crème brûlée. Serve slightly chilled to appreciate the full complexity and sensuous pleasure of this wine.
Reviews & Awards
International Wine Challenge 2007
Fresh, crisp acid. Beautifully mouth filling and very well integrated. Long, fresh finish.
Wine International, June 2007
International Wine Challenge 2004
“Amazingly complex and harmonious, with orange rind, nuts and spice, exotic sandalwood
and hints of marzipan. Its many layers are amplified in intensity by the warming alcohol
and lifted acidity.”
Wine International, October 2004
96 Points out of 100
A classic 20-year-old, combining good fruit with aromatics of coffee, mint and plum jam.
It’s in perfect balance; great structure
Mark Golodetz, Wine Enthusiast, February 2000
Total Acidity: 4.22 g/l tartaric acid
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