I found this Taylor Port to be very pleasant to the taste...Didn't notice the medicinal taste that others have wrote about...I will be buying this port again....Try it without reading the negatives and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Works for me!
Encountered this at several churches where they use it for communion; have found it also works well for either dessert or "nipping" in the evenings.
AFTER ALL IT IS A 5.99 DOLLAR WINE
THIS PORT IS FRUITY WITH A KICK SO I SEE WHY SOME MIGHT GIVE IT A POOR REVIEW. FOR THOSE I WOULD RECOMEND YOU NOT DRINK THIS WINE WITH OUT LETTING IT BREATH FIRST. THAT WILL GET RID OF THAT "HARSH" FIRST TASTE AND ALLOW YOU TO ENJOY THE FRUITY QUALITY OF THIS CHEAPER PORT WINE.
Well, we are not all lucky enough to have stolen our way into the White House and have an unlimited (at taxpayer expense) wine budget. This Taylor Port is an inexpensive port type wine for those of us who are suffering through the current man-made depression. If I could afford it I would prefer a Late Bottled Vintage port, but not while unemployed. Maybe after 2012 America can return to the road to prosperity and get off this road to misery.
I don't agree
Wanting to try Port, I picked this one. I am no expert on Port, but I found it to be very good. If you are shy to try something new, this might be a good starting point. I like it, but that's just my opinion.
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