Churchill Dry White Port NV
Sourcing The grapes come from specially chosen old vineyards located at higher altitudes in the Douro, sub-region of Cima Corgo. Grape Varieties A field blend of many varieties including Malvasia Fina, Códega, Gouveio and Rabigato. Tasting Notes A vibrant golden colour with grated nutmeg and eucalyptus on the nose. On the palate it is fresh and complex with a long peppery finish. Cellaring Recommendation This 10 years old Dry White Port is filtered and ready to drink now. Once opened it will keep well for up to one month. Serving Recommendations This Dry White Port is the deliciously different aperitif to enjoy before lunch or dinner and a perfect partner for smoked salmon, olives, roasted almonds and cheese biscuits
Churchill County’s first vineyard was established in 2001 with ten different varieties of fine wine grapes seven miles south of Fallon, Nevada. Fallon is located in the high desert Lahontan Valley area. The climate is similar to that of Eastern Washington state. Churchill Vineyards is Nevada’s second licensed winery and first “Estate Winery.” In September 2004 Churchill Vineyards successfully created its first vintage of premium estate wines.