Trevor Jones Boots Dessert Port Blend Barossa Valley NV

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This port makes an impression as soon as you pour it into your glass because it has the color of blackstrap molasses. The first impression continue... Read more

What a sensational value! Made by Trevor Jones in partnership with importer Dan Phillips, this is a blend averaging 46 years in age. Its light to m... Read more

Round and moderately sweet, with chocolaty notes to the cherry and dried fig flavors that linger on the refined finish. Drink now. Read more

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External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

This port makes an impression as soon as you pour it into your glass because it has the color of blackstrap molasses. The first impression continues with a faint whiff of alcohol and aromas of maple syrup and caramelized brown sugar. As you taste it, yoursquo;ll initially notice an array of dried fruit flavors. At mid-palate, yoursquo;ll taste caramel flavors from the wood aging and on the finish yoursquo;ll notice flavors of roasted nuts and/or coffee beans. Interestingly enough, these taste characteristics reminded me quite a bit of Sam Adams Triple Bock. The weight of this port is balanced by its alcohol (18%) to create a medium-bodied, mouth filling wine. This is a great port to enjoy in the evening while relaxing by the fireplace, but at this price, give it a try anytime.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
09/27/2011

What a sensational value! Made by Trevor Jones in partnership with importer Dan Phillips, this is a blend averaging 46 years in age. Its light to medium ruby hue is accompanied by an extraordinary bouquet of sweet candied fruit intermixed with notions of maple syrup, earth, and hazelnuts. This gorgeous tawny delivers plenty of pleasure.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

Round and moderately sweet, with chocolaty notes to the cherry and dried fig flavors that linger on the refined finish. Drink now.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

This port makes an impression as soon as you pour it into your glass because it has the color of blackstrap molasses. The first impression continues with a faint whiff of alcohol and aromas of maple syrup and caramelized brown sugar. As you taste it, youandrsquo;ll initially notice an array of dried fruit flavors. At mid-palate, youandrsquo;ll taste caramel flavors from the wood aging and on the finish youandrsquo;ll notice flavors of roasted nuts and/or coffee beans. Interestingly enough, these taste characteristics reminded me quite a bit of Sam Adams Triple Bock. The weight of this port is balanced by its alcohol (18%) to create a medium-bodied, mouth filling wine. This is a great port to enjoy in the evening while relaxing by the fireplace, but at this price, give it a try anytime.


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
02/09/2012

I have been making dessert wine for some 35 years in the Barossa Valley. Critically acclaimed internationally, this "Boots Dessert Wine" includes some of my oldest and rarest barrel-aged reserves. As we toast in the Barossa Valley...Cheers - Jonesy ** SOLD OUT **


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