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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
28 Sep 2015

Not all tawny ports are colheita ports but all colheita ports are tawny, and all tawnies are named after their orange-brown colour that looks so beautiful in the glass, the result of long ageing in wood. The range of colours is actually quite varied and I found myself resorting to the names my mother uses when talking about her