Once strictly the domain of portly middle-aged gentlemen, the taking of Port has lightened up dramatically in recent decades thanks to Croft Pink, a unique rosé Port.
This is Port at its most 21st Century – wonderfully fresh and vibrant, full of Port’s rich fruit promise, but lighter on the palate, especially when served chilled, over ice or as a cocktail.
Croft Pink, the first rosé of its kind, is a remarkable breakthrough for this noble Port house which traces its origins back to the 16th Century. Today, a new generation of Port drinkers can enjoy Port with a beautiful cherry hue, achieved from light contact with the skins of traditional Port grapes.
Unlike Port drinkers of old, Croft Pink quaffers have permission to really mix it up – charge it with chilli, spritz it with soda and fresh fruit, drizzle it over raspberry sorbet, serve it tall with equal amounts of Jasmine tea, or bring on the gin, orange bitters and ginger beer.
If you’re in a bubbly mood, mix it with fizz, lemon juice and Angostura bitters to create a ‘Quinta Sangria’ or throw caution to the wind with a ‘Runaway’ and shake it up with Calvados, Benedictine, lemon juice and more bitters – the possibilities are endless and perfectly delicious (go to www.croftpink.com for recipes).
Croft Pink defies time and age and is fortified for fun. So there’s a reason, every season for us all to enjoy a glass or two.
Croft Pink is available from Tesco, Sainsbury, Co-Op and Morrison, at just £10.49 a bottle.
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