Kopke Port House has been around since the late 1600s and is considered THE oldest Port House in the world. They must be doing something right! Year after year they produce serious ports that are as consistent as they are complex. After 20 years in wood, this wine develops a delicate orange-green color. Its splendid nose is a complex marriage of dried fruit, spice, and notes of fine wood. On the palate, its flavors are rich and concentrated, with a long and velvety finish. Serve with a slight chill and oh, I don't know, maybe pair with some foie gras.