Port Wine  (also known as Porto or simply Port) is a Portuguese wine. It is produced from grapes grown and processed in the Douro region in Portugal. It is typically a sweet red wine, but also comes in dry, semi-dry and white varieties. It is often served as a dessert wine.

Port Wine is a Portuguese wine. It is produced from grapes grown and processed in the Douro region in Portugal. It is typically a sweet red wine, but also comes in dry, semi-dry and white varieties. It is often served as a dessert wine.

" Here In Portugal Porto Wine Is King !...It's Really The God's True Beverage !...Tasting It Simply Feels Like Dreaming !...It's The Treasure From A Golden Age !... © http://about.me/Samissomar Do You Like My Poetryscapes ?... Samissomar

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Wine 101: decanting, serving temperature & using the proper glass

Wine 101: decanting, serving temperature & using the proper glass

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Boozy Cranberry Sauce Recipe with Port Wine & Cloves. Oh my, this may replace my other homemade cranberry sauce recipe this year!

Port Wine, after dinner apéritif . The older and dryer the better. Elegant yet bold, a good glass of Port, Porto, or whichever moniker you prefer, is the perfect ending to a great meal

A glass of port wine. Français : Un verre de Porto. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Wines Of North America A Quick History of Wine Making By Justin

Cheese board | port wine infused figs, honey poached pears...

Artisan Cheese Board

Reyes Blue cheese, Truffle Tremor and Mt. Tam, served with Port Infused Dried Figs, Honey Poached Pears, Orange Rosemary Marmalade

Port Braised Lamb Shanks - easy to make slow cooked lamb shanks in an incredible port wine sauce! http://www.recipetineats.com

Port Braised Lamb Shanks

Port Braised Lamb Shanks - easy to make slow cooked lamb shanks in an incredible port wine sauce!

You Should Drink More Port Wine – Four Reasons Why. http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2012/10/you-should-drink-more-port-wine-four-reasons-why.html

You Should Drink More Port Wine – Four Reasons Why

A glass of 20 year tawny port wine

Port wine tasting, a traditional and a modern approach

Schott Zwiesel Siza Port Wine Glass Tritan Crystal Glass, 7.7-Ounce, Set of 6

Schott Zwiesel Tritan Crystal Siza Port Wine Glass, 7.7-Ounce, Set of 6

The Siza Port wine glass is design by the Portuguese world’s famous architect Álvaro Siza Vieira and authorized by the Port Wine Institute. Manufactured by Schott Zwiesel, this Port wine glass was engineered to enhance the experience of drinking and enjoying the delicious wines from the northern Douro Valley of Portugal. Each glass features a distinctive ‘dimple’ in the quadrilateral stem which leads the hand to rest naturally on the stem. Height: 167mm - 
Diameter: 72mm - 
Volume: 227ml

The Siza Port wine glass is design by the Portuguese world’s famous architect Álvaro Siza Vieira and authorized by the Port Wine Institute. Manufactured by Schott Zwiesel, this Port wine glass was engineered to enhance the experience of drinking and enjoying the delicious wines from the northern Douro Valley of Portugal. Each glass features a distinctive ‘dimple’ in the quadrilateral stem which leads the hand to rest naturally on the stem. Height: 167mm - Diameter: 72mm - Volume: 227ml

Stolzle Classic Port Wine Glasses - 3.5 oz - Set of 6

Stolzle Classic Port Wine Glasses - 3.5 oz - Set of 6

Vampire’s Kiss (Castlevania cocktail)    Ingredients: ½ Red Wine (or Port wine if you prefer it sweeter) ½ Passoa (Passion fruit liqueur) Directions: Stir the ingredients together and pour into a small wine glass. Drink and only smash your glass on the floor if you don’t mind losing a glass.    “What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets! But enough talk… Have at you!” -Dracula (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)    Drink created and photographed by Heidi from Retro-video-gaming.com.

Vampire’s Kiss (Castlevania cocktail) Ingredients: ½ Red Wine (or Port wine if you prefer it sweeter) ½ Passoa (Passion fruit liqueur) Directions: Stir the ingredients together and pour into a small wine glass. Drink and only smash your glass on the.

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