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Dow's Port (Port)

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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    Unlike aged Tawnies, this is a young port aged in seasoned oak for about 3 years. It has been produced a blend of wines from traditional grapes that have been selected for their lighter colour and character. The tawny colour owes itself to this rather than long ageing and it is a smoother and...
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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    - This Tawny Port combines nut and caramel aromas with those of dried apricots and raisins and
    - On the palate, fresh and well balanced. Color: caramel Allergens: contains sulfites
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  • The Dow's Dow S Fine Tawny tasted wonderful

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    • 3 /5
  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    Results from a lot of average age of three years, obtained by a careful process in obtaining a less intense burgundy and lighter than the Ruby, keeping the fruity new wine and the balance and smoothness achieved by aging . This young Tawny is appreciated to be lighter and more delicate than the...
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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    This young Tawny is appreciated to be lighter and more delicate than the Ruby. It is a prime example of an elegant wine that can be consumed fresh as a snack.
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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    This young Tawny is appreciated to be lighter and more delicate than the Ruby. It is a prime example of an elegant wine that can be consumed fresh as a snack.
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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    This young Tawny is appreciated to be lighter and more delicate than the Ruby. It is a prime example of an elegant wine that can be consumed fresh as a snack.
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  • Dow's Fine Tawny

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    • 4 /5
    ORIGIN: Porto
    PRODUCER: Dow's port
    ELABORATION:
    Its barrel aging wine produces a softer and lighter than the Dow's Ruby, aging mainly in large vats and oak barrels.
    Graduation: 19º
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