Port is a sweet red fortified wine from Portugal. Port is most commonly enjoyed as a dessert wine because it is rich and sweet. There are several styles of Port, including red, white, rosé and an aged style called Tawny
Port Wine is a Portuguese wine. It is produced from grapes grown and processed in the Douro region in Portugal. It is typically a sweet red wine, but also comes in dry, semi-dry and white varieties. It is often served as a dessert wine.
Portugal's fortified red wine is a perfect wintry sipper, full of gorgeous dark fruit, spice and even chocolate-like flavors. Here's what you need to know the next time you're handed that digestif list.
Pluot and Port Wine Tart with Brown Sugar Crust We eat more pluots (a plum and apricot hybrid) in our house than any other summer fruit. They are in our fruit bowlfrom the first time we see them on the.
Poulet au Porto: Roast Chicken with Port Wine, Cream and Mushrooms
"Chicken, cream, and mushrooms occur again and again, as it is one of the great combinations... The chicken is roasted, then carved, flamed in cognac, and allowed to steep for several minutes with cream, mushrooms, and port wine. It is the kind of dish to do when you are entertaining a few good, food-loving friends whom you can receive in your kitchen." — Julia Child