Andresen Port Dry White is packed of fresh white fruit aromas with several woody notes and dried raisin, It has a good volume and a subtle texture ending with a lively acidity and a persistent dry finish.
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Andresen Port Dry White is produced by the traditional Port wine method using white grape varieties. The fortification process occurs later than normal.This is the blend of the best Port white wine's batches ageing in oak casks with an average of age of 5 years, produced from a long list of different grape varieties and locations along the Douro valley. It patiently matured, for an average of 5 years, in French oak casks.
Códega, Rabigato, Malvasia Fina, Fernão Pires.
Andresen Port Dry White has a dark gold colour, hinting at some fresh acidity, quite balanced interwoven by several fresh white fruits aromas. It has a wonderful ending.
Store and Serve Advice:
Serving temperature at 15ºC-16ºC.
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