Overview: Port wine is still made in the same way and place as when it first emerged from Portugal’s Douro Valley in the 17th century. However, 300+ years of production, modern winemaking technology, and adventurous winemakers have given us a fresh new version of this traditional, fortified wine. Enter Port Rosé, the newest Port wine to hit the market!
Grape varietals: Touriga Nacional and Tinta Barroca.
Enjoy with: Rosé Port is a Port wine that pairs exceptionally well with food from around the world. Pork dumplings, curry noodles, sushi and samosas are all great pairings for this versatile Port style.
Tasting notes: Quinta do Tedo's Port rosé is soft, sweet, with red fruits flavors, and a long and persistent finish.
Enjoy with: Enjoy Port Rosé wine alone, as an aperitif, blended in a cocktail with red fruit, orange peel, mint leaves and ice; at any time of the day!
Suggestions: A Porto to drink now. Serve chilled 10°C/50°F.