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Churchill's Dry White Port

The Experience

Drink When...
Before dinner
Listen To...
Before and After by The Fleetwoods
Think About...
Mmm, nutty
Drink With...
Nowt - serve as an aperitif

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Port, traditionally, is saved for a luxurious, après dinner treat and is usually ruby in colour and lavishly, decadently rich and sweet. Not so here. No – this is that marvellous, rare thing – a white Port – and it much prefers to work its magic before dinner. Shove this in your guests' hands when they come in from the cold and you’ll be their BFF (Best Friend Forever didn’tcha know). Off-dry, nutty and toasty, and balanced with beautiful blossom and dried fig flavours, this is a mellow, subtle and complex.

The Vital Statistics

DOC Douro
Bottle Size
Residual Sugar
42.8 g/l
Alcohol Units

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The Style

Gouveio, Malvasia
Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet

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Sarah Ahmed on, 26/10/15: "White Port has become pretty trendy in Port circles. Churchill’s were ahead of the curve and this complex Dry White Port has no little complexity. It was aged for 10 years in seasoned oak casks. Creamily nutty with attractive walnutty resonance and a hint of salty kelp to the finish it put me in mind of a dry oloroso, though this is rounder and fruitier. Never better than with roasted Douro almonds, but try it with smoked salmon; it’s also great long with tonic (1/3 Port to tonic). 43g/l residual sugar."

Compared to other Port Wine shippers, most of which were established around the turn of the 18th-19th centuries, Churchill’s history is short. Johnny Graham founded Churchill’s (named after his wife’s maiden name) in 1981, making it the first British port company to be established in fifty years.

Off-dry, nutty and toasty, and balanced with a blossom and dried fig edge, this is a mellow, subtly complex wine that deserves your attention and is great as an aperitif.

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