Taylors Chip Dry White Port

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Taylors Chip Dry White Port
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Chip Dry White Port was first created by Taylor's back in the 1930s, and its a style that has held its own in the hugely successful port house's range ever since. The grapes are fermented for longer than usual, leading to a crisp, dry finish - hence the name (it's not a suggestion to pair with with something from your local chippy).

Tasting Note - Almond and oak, followed by fresh green apple and a hint of unripe pear. A good level of acidity throughout.

Specifications

Bottle / Can Size
75CL
ABV
20%

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We use APC as our courier, they work on a next day delivery basis, however we estimate 2-3 days so not to disappoint. When the order is received APC will issue you a tracking number via email or text. Please allow a few extra days for delivery to the Scottish Highlands and some other areas of Scotland.
Orders after 1pm will class as the next days order.

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