Nestled among the lodges and cellars of Oporto, Taylor’s is one of the oldest of the founding Port Houses. Dating from 1692, Traditional foot treading is still used for their production.
A landmark vintage, Taylor 1994's are just coming round to drink and promise a long life ahead with restrained aromas from ripe, plummy fruit just emerging. Full and sweet on the palate, it exudes well-defined plum and berry fruit backed by solid, ripe tannins with dark chocolate depth and concentration extending through the finish.
Pairs perfectly with any blue, buttery, mellow and slighty piquant cheeses or delicate meat dishes such as braised ox cheek and young venison ribs.