Krohn Senador Tawny Port N/V

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Krohn Senador Tawny Port N/V
Krohn Senador Tawny Port N/V
Krohn Senador Tawny Port N/V
Krohn Senador Tawny Port N/V

A young Tawny, this is less intensely coloured than a Ruby Port, but retains a fruity and elegant style.

Colheita Ports are Tawny Ports from a single year and specify the vintage on the bottle. A Tawny Port matures for many years in small (600 liter) casks, becoming more complex and taking on a broad, silky mouthfeel and brick-red colour through slight oxidation. They typically age for a minimum of 7 years, but often longer. For the first 10-15 years, the casks are racked every year, but this becomes less frequent as they age and throw less sediment. As maturation happens in this way, in barrel rather than in bottle, decanting is not normally required. They are bottled to order and will stay fresh in the bottle for several weeks after opening. Krohn is particularly renowned for the quality of its Colheita Ports.

Tasting Notes


Tawny-red in colour


Aromas of caramel, butterscotch, currants and spice


The palate is sweet and smooth with rich red fruits backed by a nutty character. Full and textural balanced by an elegant finish.



Vines are grown on schistous soils at Krohn's own estate and neighbouring vineyards. Grapes are vinified in closed fermentation tanks. Fermentation is interrupted through the addition of grape brandy to preserve natural sweetness, and the wine is then matured in old 600 liter casks.


Wiese & Krohn was founded in 1865 by two Norwegians - Theodor Wiese and Dankert Krohn - shipping initially to Scandinavia and Germany. In the century and a half since its foundation, Krohn has built up an outstanding reputation. Long renowned for the quality of their sublime Colheitas (single vintage tawnies), they produce a remarkably complete range for a small house, and each wine excels in its category. Much of the secret lies in the high quality of their vineyards - the magical combination of terroir, locality, aspect, incline and low-yielding vines. Their Quinta do Retiro Novo estate in Sarzedinho, in the Rio Torto valley (where vinification takes place), is all A grade vineyard. Indeed Krohn only work with grapes from A-graded vineyards across all of their ports, and their top wines are still trodden by foot. Since 2013 Krohn has been part of the Fladgate Partnership - alongside Taylor's, Fonseca and Croft.


Year Non Vintage
Bottle Size 750ml
Cultivar Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Barroca
Country Portugal
Alcohol content
20% alc vol 
Units of Alcohol per Bottle 15 units
Type Red Blend
Cellaring Potential Awaiting Info
Allergen Information Contains sulphites
Food Matches Can be drunk slightly chilled as an aperitif, or during warm summer months. Otherwise pour at room temperature following a meal and serve with nuts and a cheeseboard.
Origin Douro Valley
Appellation DOC Douro