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Cockburn's Fine Tawny is an elegant Port with mellow and spicy flavours. Perfect served chilled at the end of a dinner or simply to enjoy with good friends on relaxed occasions.
Tawny Ports are a blend of young wines from various harvests, are kept for an average of two to three years in casks. They are lighter in colour than Ruby Ports and combine the fruitiness of young wines and the nuttiness derived from the maturation in seasoned oak casks.
Cockburn’s was founded in 1815 by the Scottish brothers Robert and John Cockburn. Guided by Robert Cockburn’s conviction that “the quality of the wine - that is the first thing to be looked to”, Cockburn’s was also influenced by the personalities of the great individuals and families who over the centuries joined its ranks. When purchased in 1962 by a multinational corporation, the quality of the wine began to wane, and although Cockburn’s Vintage Ports had once demanded the highest price of all Ports, one hundred years later their reputation had slipped. Following the Symington’s acquisition of Cockburn’s in 2010, and the company’s return to family ownership, 48 years of corporate decision making was revised, and the focus was returned to one thing: the quality of the wine.
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