White Port Aperitif
Churchill’s White Port wine is an emblematic product for Churchill’s and unique in its style. Its rich golden colour denotes its ten years of age which is also evident in its smooth and complex taste. White Port is the alternative aperitif wine to be served cold at any time of year.
This Dry White Port is the deliciously different aperitif to enjoy before lunch or dinner and a perfect partner for smoked salmon, olives, roasted almonds and cheese biscuits.
White Port has a vibrant golden colour with grated nutmeg and eucalyptus on the nose. On the palate this wine is fresh and complex with a long peppery finish.
SourcingThe grapes of White Port Wine come from specially chosen old vineyards located at higher altitudes in the Douro sub-region of Cima Corgo.
Grape VarietiesThis Port Wine has a field blend of varieties including Malvasia Fina,Rabigato, Carga, Viosinho.
Cellaring RecommendationThis 10 years old Dry White Port Wine is filtered and ready to drink now.
Once opened, White Port Wine will keep well for up to one month.
AgeingAfter fermentation, the wine goes through an ageing period in seasoned oak casks for approximately 10 years.
Recommended Serving TemperatureServe chilled (8-10 °C)
DecantingNo need to decant. Serve this Port Wine straight from the bottle.
Serving RecommendationsThis Dry White Port is the deliciously different aperitif to enjoy before lunch or dinner and a perfect partner for smoked salmon, olives, roasted almonds and cheese biscuits.
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.