Ahh, Port wine. I enjoy a nice aged Tawny Port as an after dinner sip. I have a 4 litre wooden barrel, made from white oak staves taken from old Jim Beam barrels. There is a well trained and very competent cooper who resides a few hours north of me and he makes these barrels for those that like to put their favourite tipple into wood.
My barrel was a parting gift from my Sergeants' Mess when I left the Army and was made in Bundaberg QLD...
As can be seen from their website they make a good range of barrels, both upright casks and traditional barrels. There is even a barrel that would meet Bushy's needs...a 30 litre barrel that would be great for oak aging scotch.
But, getting back onto topic...I would imagine a nice Port, or Porto, would go well with a well made Bacon Wrapped Grilled Cheese snack.