Cockburn's Special Reserve Port was introduced in 1969, and according to Jancis Robinson, Cockburn's became the best-known name in Port because of this wine's success.
Dark ruby in the glass with generous aromas of caramel, spice and rich, red and dark fruit. Warming flavors begin with cedar and lead to concentrated red and dark fruit with an element of dried fruit character. The rich fruit flavors are round and sweet with tannins that are smoothly integrated into a long, warming finish.
Cockburn's Special Reserve Port is sourced from vineyards in the Upper Douro and matured in oak casks for five years.