Wine Maker Notes
The Christian Brothers Tawny Port can be served warm, an exquisite alternative to cognac. Served slightly chilled, it is the perfect accompaniment to a platter of mellow, aged Gouda cheese or Parmigiano-Reggiano with fresh dates and roasted walnuts. Serve it as the perfect accompaniment to rich deserts-like a deep, dark chocolate. Or try it with tiramisu or a crème brulee. The Christian Brothers Tawny Port also goes very well with a fine cigar. The full bodied flavour suggests raspberries, chocolate and spiced apples with a long, spicy and fruity finish. The aging in oak casks draws out the rich, red colour until it mellows to its tawny golden shade.