Maynards White Port is an elegant, mid-dry style wine, rounded, creamy and fruity. This wonderful white Port wine has plenty of tropical notes in its core and is balanced by the dry aromas which give it freshness and lightness.
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Maynards White Port is produced by the traditional Port wine method using white grape varieties. This is the blend of the best Port white wine's batches ageing in oak casks with an average of age of 3 years, produced from a long list of different grape varieties and locations along the Douro valley. It ages for an average of 3 years, in French oak casks.
Gouveio, Donzelinho, Viozinho, Malvasia Fina.
Maynards is a full, rounded, creamy and fruity wine. It is a medium-sweet White Port wine and it characterizes by its balancing and elegance.
Store and Serve Advice:
Serving temperature at 15ºC-16ºC.
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Golden yellow colour with a very intense aroma dominated by floral notes and nuances arising from its aging in wood. It is a well balanced wine between acidity and sweetness having a lush finish.
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Golden caramel colour. It has an intense and floral aroma. The palate is sweet, creamy, with hints of hazelnuts.
Golden light yellow colour. Aromas of dried fruit, raisins and dates with delicate wood and some resin. The palate is velvety, soft sweet and with slight alcoholic notes.