Otis Rubottom
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Porto Bello


If any wine suffers from an identity crisis, it’s port. People have somehow gotten the idea that this rich, sweet fortified wine only keeps company with heavy desserts, cigars and boorish men in expensive ties. But port delivers complex tastes worthy of any curious palate—and most any occasion. And as its growing presence in restaurants and wine shops testifies, port is being rediscovered as a pleasure in itself.


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