92 Points - Wine Enthusiast
Like their more familiar aged tawny counterparts, aged white Ports take on color as they age. This 10-year-old is pale gold in the glass. While its fruitiness remains, it's beginning to show more woody, spicy character. Like all aged Ports, it's ready to drink now.
90 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The NV 10 Year Old White Port is a Douro field blend of typical white grapes bottled in 2016 with a bar top cork and 118 grams per liter of residual sugar. Tight and tense, this is a focused white with a dry-ish finish, but nothing close to austere. It is the good acidity that keeps this in balance, preventing the sugar from making it too cloying. That ultimately gives this just a little distinction to go with its sweet edge. As I let it sit on the tongue, I began to like it more and more. It is very pretty for a 10, although of course it does not have the same concentration as older ones.