A smooth, heated, full bodied port. Ports always have a bitter aftertaste to my pallet but this one doesn't. I would highly recommend it.
External Reviews for Porto Rocha Port Blend Porto Colheita
From a 150 year old Port family, comes this Colheita Port. Still very youthful today, this tawny port is extremely smooth, with notes of roasted coffee bean, caramel, and spice.
The Port of the 1980's are known for intense flavors of spicy orange peel and this Colheita Port definitely exhibits this. With its smooth, silky mouth feel, this is a great pairing with dark chocolate.
Food Pairings for Porto Rocha Port Blend Porto Colheita
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