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Social Event

Venue: Guided Visit to the “Caves Taylor” followed by Dinner with a Music show

Friday 28, 19:00 - 23:30

Port is one of the great classic European wines and its history is a long and fascinating one.


Port wine is produced in the mountainous eastern reaches of the Douro Valley in northern Portugal, one of the world’s oldest and most beautiful vineyard areas where wine has been made for at least two thousand years.


In 1756 the Port wine vineyards of the Douro became the first vineyard area in the world to be legally demarcated.   Like other great classic wines, Port owes its distinctive character to a unique association of climate, soil, grape variety and wine making tradition. The unique terroir of the Douro Valley and its remarkable wines cannot be replicated elsewhere. 

Traditionally it is served towards the end of the meal with cheese, as a dessert wine or as an after dinner drink although some styles, like white Port, can also be enjoyed as an aperitif. 

Many creative chefs also enjoy pairing Port wine with main dishes and it is one of the best wines to enjoy with chocolate.  



Port is regarded as one of the most civilized and sociable of wines which will help to make any occasion special, whether a quiet evening by the fireside, an informal gathering of friends or a sophisticated formal meal.

For many, Taylor’s is the archetypal Port house and its wines the quintessential Ports. Established over three centuries ago in 1692, Taylor’s is one of the oldest of the founding Port houses. It is dedicated entirely to the production of Port wine and in particular to its finest styles. 



Taylor’s Port is the last of the original English founding port companies to remain family owned.  It has never been bought, sold or taken over.  The company is run by descendants of the founders.  This ensures its outlook and philosophy remains focused on the production of top quality ports.



Consumers everywhere are becoming more knowledgeable and curious and therefore more likely to be attracted to wines such as Port which represent genuine quality and tradition and which have fascinating stories to tell.


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