Tasting Notes: The Ramos-Pinto Superior Tawny is a deep brick-red color gained from its extended sojourn in oak. Intense fruit aromas greet the nose, with full secondary aromas evident. The first impression is light and hot, evolving into a rich smoothness gained from wood aging. Ready to drink upon release, this is a well-matured port, fruity, with a fine flavored, dry finish.
Serving Suggestions: A light, open wine, the Ramos-Pinto Tawny should be drunk cool in warm weather, at room temperature in cooler climates (generally between 16-20° C; 60-68° F). Wonderful as an apéritif or with a not too sweet dessert or cheese plate. Exquisite with melons or Roquefort cheese.
Alcohol: 19.5% by volume
this wine seems harsh and too sharp for my tastes. I do not like its taste at all.