The youngest of the tawny's averages 3 years of aging. This Oporto is characterized by its softness, its fawn color, and its fruity flavors. It comes from a mix of light “del Duoro” wines and is aged in a wooden barrel before being bottled.
The best pairings for this Oporto are caramel sugar desserts crème brulée and those based on white fruits and almonds.
It can be served at room temperature or a little cooler to fully enjoy it during sunny days.