Quinta do Infantado, White Port
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Quinta do Infantado, White Port

Item # 12426 750mL

White Port is a rare type of fortified wine. This amber-colored bottle shows lots of nut-driven character and could easily pass for a lighter-styled Madeira. The fruit is fresh and full of citrus and almond notes. This Port is on the dry side, but still has a touch of residual sugar.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

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As one of the few estate-bottled, family-owned ports we can get in the U.S., Quinta do Infantado has always been special. And this, a white port, is something that's even harder to find from even the largest houses in Porto. While it makes a lovely, slightly drier style of dessert wine on its own, my introduction to white port was actually as a cocktail ingredient and that is where it has always really shined for me. Nutty and slightly citrusy, white port can be mixed with tonic and topped with a sprig of mint or an orange wedge for an outrageously refreshing, simple option. Or try equal parts bourbon, port, and amontillado for a higher abv option that still takes advantage of the port's wonderful lightness. But I encourage you to experiment--I've tried this bottle with overproof rhum, with Suze, with fresh grapefruit, and never missed.




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