Featured in Dan's Daily: Morris Cellar Reserve Grand Tawny with rum and raisin chocolate
And we’re back with another Morris fortified wine. Morris has been making wine for around 160 years, so you know they can produce a good drop. The Cellar Reserve Grand Tawny is no exception – only the creme de la creme Tawny is selected, with some as old as 50. This means you get a more intense, stickier wine. In the glass, it's a tawny brown colour (makes sense) with olive green hues. Take a whiff and you get lovely mature fruit, spice and subtle spirit aromas. This is a pretty rich, fruit-driven wine, so when pairing it with a choccy we need to consider its depth and maturity. And what’s more mature than some squares of rum and raisin choccy? The molasses flavours combined with those sticky raisins will pair sublimely with the rich fruit of the Morris Cellar Reserve Grand Tawny. Serve this wine neat in a fancy glass.