Definition of ruby port in English:

ruby port

Syllabification: ru·by port

noun

A deep red port, especially one matured in wood for only a few years and then fined.
More example sentences
  • As for Marsala Rubino, it bears the same resemblance to the historic Marsala as ruby port bears to vintage port.
  • That's why I prefer a sweet, smooth, rounded ruby port wine with chocolate, rather than a bracingly intense wine, like Cabernet or Zinfandel.
  • The grapes used in ruby port are just decent; still, the wine can be tasty, and the price is right.

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