White Port: Tonic’s New Best Friend

While Ruby and Tawny Port will frequently put in appearance at the end of a meal or at Christmas, it is white port which now finds itself stepping into the spotlight.

White port is made from white grapes and is almost universally produced to a medium (or higher) sweetness level.

White Port is delicious when served slightly chilled on its own or as a port tonic, which incidentally makes a refreshing change to gin and tonic.

If you fancy trying something a bit different, try our delicious Quinta Do Noval White Port, and check out this Port Tonic recipe from theKitchn.

If you have a favourite portonic recipe we’d love to hear it! Comment or get in touch!

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