De La Rosa are a small, family owned producer on Northern Portugal on the banks of the River Douro.
This wine has been aged on average for 20 years to guarantee consistency and quality. Tawny ports can be drunk chilled as an aperitif or at the end of the meal either on their own or with dessert or cheese. Tawny ports, by their nature are slightly oxidized in style, this means that they can be kept open longer than Vintage ports. This port can be left open for a few weeks when stored in a cool place with a vacuvin or cork.
The winery writes "With a great richness and aromatic complexity, notably of almond and spices, the 20 year old has a seductive texture with dry fruits and liqueur flavours. As is normal with these aged tawnies, the La Rosa twenty year old has incredible length and is an aristocrat of ports."