Delicate nose combining fresh fruit fragrances with complex aromas and oak hints characteristic of a traditional white port. Fresh and lively palate, with good taste and dry and fresh finish.
Taylor's introduced Chip Dry, a new style of aperitif white Port wine, in 1934. Made by From traditional white grape varieties, it is fermented longer than normal to give it an appetizing dry and crispy finish. Chip Dry can also be used to prepare a refreshing and original summer cocktail. Just mix one part Chip Dry with two parts fresh tonic water in a tall glass and add some mint leaves or a lemon slice.