The story begins in 1692 with the arrival in Portugal of an English merchant called Job Bearsley. Little is known about the founder of the firm except that he was the owner of The Ram Inn in London’s Smithfield and his family-owned land in Warwickshire and Staffordshire. He did not initially trade in Port wine but in ‘red Portugal’, the lean and austere wine of the Minho region in the northwest of the country, with its verdant landscape and humid coastal climate. The centers of this trade were the harbor city of Viana do Castelo and the town of Monção on the banks of the Minho River
Taylor’s blends its magnificent 10-year-old tawny from its extensive reserves of old cask-aged Ports matured in the firm’s cool and tranquil cellars, known as ‘lodges’ in Oporto on Portugal’s Atlantic coast.
Taylor’s 10-Year-Old Tawny is a superb example of the aged tawny style. Mellow and elegant, combining delicate wood notes with rich aromas of mature fruit, it is bottled for immediate drinking.
Deep brick color with amber rim.
Rich and elegant nose combining aromas of ripe berry fruit with a delicate nuttiness and subtle mellow notes of chocolate, butterscotch and fine oak wood.
Smooth and silky on the palate and full of ripe figgy, jammy flavors which persist on the long finish.
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