PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

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PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

Postby AaronW » Sun Oct 01, 2006 11:13 pm

Hey, does anyone like Tawnies or know what to match with one?
I have a Warre's 10 year old. My situation is "desperation". Thanks, Aaron.

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Re: PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

Postby AaronW » Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:13 pm

AaronW. wrote:Hey, does anyone like Tawnies or know what to match with one?
I have a Warre's 10 year old. My situation is "desperation". Thanks, Aaron.

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Thanks Jenise, Aaron.
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Re: PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

Postby Ian Sutton » Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:31 pm

My thought would be coffee or cheese (blue cheese as in Stilton is the classic match, but I think there's some room for a wider cheese selection).

Maybe a nut tart might be an alternative if you want a pudding match.

It can also be fine on it's own, after a meal.

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Re: PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

Postby Bill Spohn » Tue Oct 03, 2006 11:42 pm

I have an unsweetened stilton and walnut tart that works very well with Port without interfering with its taste. Try something like that.
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Re: PORTO newbie needs food match help (Part 3)

Postby Jenise » Wed Oct 04, 2006 11:41 am

Great choice. Another fine savory match for sweeter wines? Green pea soup.
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