Another stand-out port from the Quinta de la Rosa winery, this late bottled vintage makes it easy drinking yet still deep in flavour.
Filtering before bottling means it's ready to drink and slightly lighter bodied than a full vintage port.
A real classic paired with a blue cheese, bring this bottle out after dinner as a perfect finisher with your cheeseboard.
Tasting notes: Quinta de la Rosa's LBV port is perfectly blended with good fruit flavours. You'll notice it's indulgent aromas typical of a port, but it's slightly lightly for a softer taste.
Food pairings: A late bottled vintage port is meant to match with a creamy soft blue cheese. Instead of a Stilton, why not try Beauvale, or Gorgonzola Dolce: an indulgent, full-fat, cow's milk cheese.