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Hardys Whiskers Blake Tawny Port

Cracka Review

Colour: Tawny red with olive hues.

Bouquet: Aged rich ripe fruit with chocolate, coffee and nutty aromas.

Palate: Smooth and mellow with classic rancio characters, good length and a dry finish.

Food: Mature cheeses. Dark chocolate.

Winemaker's Notes

Colour: Tawny red with olive hues.

Bouquet: Aged rich ripe fruit with chocolate, coffee and nutty aromas.

Palate: Smooth and mellow with classic rancio characters, good length and a dry finish.

Food: Mature cheeses. Dark chocolate.

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Hardys Whiskers Blake Tawny Port

Expert Reviews

Peter Forrestal says
This has a lively, light to medium body, some malt and brown toffee flavours, a hint of rancio character, and a fresh, smooth finish
Quaff 2010 2009
Max Allen & Peter Forrestal says
This is a good example of a winery ensuring consistency of style: once again, we were in two minds about this light-looking but intense port. We liked its nutty, caramel and brandy spirit flavours but wonder whether it's not just a little too spirity and light-on to make it highly recommendable.
Quaff 2002 2001

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