Taylor’s are pioneers of this exciting style, having introduced it in 1934. It is made in exactly the same way as conventional port, but using white grapes rather than red. As the name suggests, it has a drier, fruity taste, and is an unusual aperitif, best served chilled. Poured over ice in a large glass, topped up with tonic, and topped with a leaf of fresh mint. A salted almond or two does not go amiss.