As there is a Sherry topic already started and there has already been mention of some Niepoort white port and tonic so I figured I would start a thread about port. Much like Sherry I also enjoy port as there are so many different types coupled with the fact that port evolves over time (for the better).
I do enjoy all sorts of ports however my favourtive is a Grahams 20 year old Tawny, I have had the honour of trying a flight of the Graham tawnys - the 10, 20 30 40 and single harvest 72. I found for me that the sweet spot was the 20 year old, the 30 and 40 year old were still very good, slightly more concentrated and the 72 was quite complex. The 20 year old for me had enough average age to get some complexity and concentration but not too complex as to make you think too much!
I also enjoy LBV ports as well they are a step up from the standard ruby but far cheaper than a vintage port (both in time and money).
Has anyone else here tried the Society crusted port? Its not that common to find a crusted port but the Society does a really nice one, its basically a budget vintage port, worth trying/storing for a bit if you haven’t already.