Aged Tawny—This is the real thing in Tawny Port. These are Ports which have spent a long time in wooden barrels. They are blends of the produce of several years harvests, so the ages you see listed on the bottles (10-year, 20-year, 30-year, 40-year) are averages or approximations of the age of the blend (some parts of the blend being younger and some being much older than the listed age on the label). These ports have a wonderful nutty character and an orange-brown/golden/brown color acquired during the long wood aging. These are some of the best dessert wines in the world. These wines will run from about $20 for the 10-year-old to about $100 for the 40-year-old.