White Port

Keep a bottle in your fridge at all times, you never know when you are going to feel like having a wonderfully refreshing glass of chilled Taylor Fladgate’s Chip Dry. The perfect drink on a warm summer’s day with some salted almonds and some hand cut crisps.

Alternatively, enjoy it as a long drink served in a high ball glass, with 5 or 6 cubes of ice, topped up with tonic water and a sprig of mint.

Instead of serving a glass of Sauternes with foie gras, why not try a chilled White Port instead. The hints of honey and good balanced acidity in the wine complement the rich paté beautifully.

Taylor Fladgate’s white ports are also rather excellent when drizzled into a warm soup, adding some wonderful depth to the soup on a cold winter’s day.

And why not try it as part of a dessert. Serve 2 scoops of lemon or lime sorbet into a martini glass and pour a measure of Taylor Fladgate’s Chip Dry or White Port over the sorbet – divine.

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Taylor Fladgate Port was the first to produce a dry white aperitif port. Chip Dry White Port was first blended in 1934, since when it has acquired...
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Taylor Fladgate Port was the first to produce a dry white aperitif port. Chip Dry White Port was first blended in 1934, since when it has acquired...

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