Reserve Port is a house blend of premium wines produced from the same top grade “A” vineyards from which Churchill’s vintage ports are sourced. Reserve Port retains the structure and fresh fruit of a young vintage but has been softened by its age in wood and filtration prior to bottling.
A delicious Port served on its own but also excellent with fruit or chocolate desserts and soft cheeses.
Reserve Port has a bright, full ruby colour with violet tones. On the nose, very distinctive with fresh blueberries and hints of eucalyptus and gum cistus; a very vibrant young Port with plenty of natural acidity but also balance and pedigree denoting its grade “A” vineyard origins.
SourcingThe grapes of Churchill's Reverve Port Wine come from top grade "A" vineyards located in the cima corgo sub-region of the Douro Wine region.
Grape VarietiesReverve Port Wine has a field blend of many varieties such as Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Tinto Cão, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Franca and Tinta Francisca.
Cellaring RecommendationThis rich and fruity Reserve Port Wine is filtered and ready to drink now. Once opened it will keep well for up to one month.
AgeingThe Reserve Port wines are matured in seasoned oak vats for a period of 3 years before bottling.
Recommended Serving TemperatureServe at cellar temperature (12 -15 ºC)
DecantingNo need to decant this Reserve Port Wine. Serve straight from the bottle.
Serving RecommendationsA delicious Port served on its own but also excellent with fruit or chocolate desserts and soft cheeses.
DeliveryShipping and Delivery Times with GLS Courier Services
Standard: Delivery between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday
Receive your purchases in 10-15 working days after your order has been accepted.
Label InfoContém sulfitos/contains Sulphates
Contiene Solfiti/ Innhaller sulfiter
Enthalt sulfite/ Sisaltaa Sulfiittia
Drinking alcoholic beverages during pregnancy even in small quantities can have grave/serious consequences for the health of the baby.
La consommation de boissons alcoolisées pendant la grossesse, même en faible quantités, peut avoir des conséquences graves sur la santé de l'enfant.