When wine lovers think about Port, which isn’t nearly often enough, they imagine something that will thaw them out in the dead of winter. That’s fine, to a point, but Port isn’t just something to enjoy during the dark days of winter. It’s a year-round pleasure. If you’re not so sure about that, check out my recent piece for The Alcohol Professor. What you read might just change your mind. Cheers!
**photo courtesy of Sandeman
3 thoughts on “Port — Not Just For Roaring Fires On Chilly Nights”
You’ll need a competent guide and tasting lackey for your trip to Portugal. I’m happy to offer my services at bargain basement rates.
I just served a port rose at the end of a “summer” wine and cheese event. it was lovely!
Thank you for reading! I’m gonna take my own advice and start trying a wider range of ports on all sorts of occasions. Been pretty narrow with the tawny and ruby stuff.