With an attractive, tawny color and amber rim, thiswine shows full, complex aromas of mellow spices along with walnut, butterscotch and fine oak notes against a background of rich, jammy fruit. On the palate, the wine is silky and round, full of ripe fig flavors.
Wine Spectator 93 points - Rich and fruity, with roasted plum, fig, mincemeat and dark cherry flavors, filled with notes of wild raspberry. Cream and Asian spice details grace the mouthfilling finish. Drink now. -KM
93 PTS WINE SPECTATOR Ripe, sweet red berry fruit flavors and nuances of roasted nuts some together in this approachable, supple young port, ending on a fresh note of balanced tannins in a mellow finish.
|An excellent choice for the end of a meal or at the end of an evening, this wine can be served slightly chilled on its own or with walnuts or roasted almonds, or nut-based desserts. Made to be enjoyed immediately.
|The merchant company that we know today as Croft was founded in 1588, during Elizabeth I’s reign, by Henry Thompson of York, England. Today, Croft is a part of the Fladgate Partnership, three of the most historic and highly regarded Porto houses, including Taylor Fladgate, Fonseca and Croft—a family-owned company that sets the standard to which other Port houses aspire.