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Dow's Vintage 1994

Dow's Vintage 1994

£55.20

Dow’s Vintage Ports are only produced in years of exceptional quality and represent only a very small part of the total company’s production in that year. On average only two or three times every ten years are the weather conditions sufficiently good to allow for the making of Dow’s Vintage Port. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Dow’s Vin...


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Churchill's Dry White Port - 50Cl

Churchill's Dry White Port - 50Cl

£19.55

Ripe, dry fruit mingles with lots of nutty characters on the full palate and nose bursting with apricot. (19.5% abv) Situated at 1,200 feet above sea level, the vineyards in the PinhÆo valley are perfectly suited for the Malvasia Fina white port grape, providing it with all the necessary acidity and balance. This is a White Port that makes a sta...


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Churchill Reserve Port

Churchill Reserve Port

£17.10

A dense, rich and plummy port with a mulberry like fruit and good levels of tannin. (20% abv)Despite the fact that there was no longer any family firm to apprentice himself to, Johnny Graham arrived in Oporto in 1973. He got a job as a trainee with Cockburn’s and for the next 8 years worked closely with the ex partner John Smithes in the tasting...


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Churchill's Ten Year Old Tawny - 50Cl

Churchill's Ten Year Old Tawny - 50Cl

£22.05

If you are cutting out dessert at lunchtime, try instead a glass of slightly chilled Churchill's 10 year old Tawny - a great way to start the afternoon. Churchill's 10 Year Old Tawny starts its life like young Vintage Port. Although fully aged in wood, it still retains the freshness of youth, which is reflected in its darker brick red colour and...


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Halves Churchill Late-Bottled Vintage 2013

Halves Churchill Late-Bottled Vintage 2013

£11.80

Late-Bottled means bottled after 4, rather than 2, years in wood. The LBV is a rich concentrated port from one good harvest which has been aged for 4 years in wood. The word "traditional" indicates that it has been bottled without any filtration or refrigeration to allow the port to continue to develop in the bottle. After 2 more years in bottle...


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Churchill Late-Bottled Vintage 2015

Churchill Late-Bottled Vintage 2015

£21.65

Late-Bottled means bottled after 4, rather than 2, years in wood. The LBV is a rich concentrated port from one good harvest which has been aged for 4 years in wood. The word "traditional" indicates that it has been bottled without any filtration or refrigeration to allow the port to continue to develop in the bottle. After 2 more years in bottle...


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Churchill's Crusted Port (Bottled 2006)

Churchill's Crusted Port (Bottled 2006)

£25.95

Churchill's Crusted Port is even closer in style to Vintage Port than their traditional LBV. It presents a dense, concentrated wine for far less than the price of a Vintage Port. (19.5% ABV - 2006) Crusted Port is a style of wine that was invented by English wine merchants when port was still being shipped in bulk and blended to their specificat...


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In the meantime local Port farmers had learned that he wanted to set up on his own and were keen to help. In particular, Borges de Sousa who had excellent properties offered a deal. Clearly the wine could not be called Grahams’ – the family business had been sold in 1970 to the Symingtons – so what better name than his wife’s maiden name Churchill. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eIn the beginning, Churchill’s rented a lodge in Vila Nova de Gaia from Taylor’s but very soon bigger premises were required. With the Port trade in full expansion space was at a premium. Johnny bought three ruined lodges in Rua da Fonte Nova overlooking the river Douro. They have now been fully renovated. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eChurchill’s has met with increasing success in the USA. With the projected growth in sales it became clear that the Company had to acquire some of is own vineyards to secure on going supply of quality Port. 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Magnum: Churchill Reserve Port

Magnum: Churchill Reserve Port

£33.55

A dense, rich and plummy port with a mulberry like fruit and good levels of tannin. (20% abv) Despite the fact that there was no longer any family firm to apprentice himself to, Johnny Graham arrived in Oporto in 1973. He got a job as a trainee with Cockburn’s and for the next 8 years worked closely with the ex partner John Smithes in the tastin...


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Gould Campbell 1994

Gould Campbell 1994

£52.75

Gould Campbell was founded in 1797 when Garret Gould, prompted by the political strife wracking his native Ireland, sailed to the hospitable shores of Portugal where he established the firm of Messrs. Gould Brothers & Co., operating from both Lisbon and Oporto. The firm survived the trials of the Peninsula War which followed a few years late...


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Cockburn Vintage Port 1997

Cockburn Vintage Port 1997

£47.90

1997 was truly an excellent year in the Douro Valley. The harvest was one of the longest in living memory. At the far eastern extremities of Upper Douro, picking began before the end of August and continued until the second week of October in the cooler areas of the Cima and Baixo Corgo. The crop was small and produced grapes with wonderfully co...


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Taylors Vintage Port 1994

Taylors Vintage Port 1994

£120.45

Deep crimson just beginning to display some maturity on the rim. The explosive fruitiness of early youth is now more restrained as the wine begins to settle into maturity but the nose is still driven by impressive focused blackberry and blackcurrant aromas set off by the classic Taylor scent of violets. Full bodied and well structured palate del...


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Warre's Traditional Late Bottled Vintage

Warre's Traditional Late Bottled Vintage 2007

£26.35

Carefully selected from the finest wines of a very good year, this port is aged in oak casks for 4 years before being bottled without fining or filtration. This ensures that, as with Vintage Port, the fruit concentration is retained. Once bottled, Warre's Traditional Late Bottled Vintage Port is left to mature for a further 5 years in Warre's o...


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Halves: Churchill's Vintage Port 2003

Halves: Churchill's Vintage Port 2003

£24.45

The 2003 has an intensity of colour and a concentrated berry aroma which enriches the vintage blend while retaining the traditional tannic structure of Churchill's Vintage Port. 2003 will be a big, tannic, fruity and long-lived vintage well worthy of cellaring for a generation or more. Despite the fact that there was no longer any family firm to...


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Warre's Otima 10 Year Old Tawny 50 Cl Bottles

Warre's Otima 10 Year Old Tawny 50 Cl Bottles

£19.52

Otima - any time. Stylish, elegant, crisp, versatile and fresh, Otima is the ideal pre or post dinner tawny port. Lightly chilled and served with olives, nuts, amuse-bouches or savoury snacks, Otima is a crisp and cool beginning to any occassion. Served with coffee, dessert, fruit or cheese, Otima provides a sophisticated and elegant end to the ...


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Half Bottle: Churchill's 30 Year Old Tawny Port

Half Bottle: Churchill's 30 Year Old Tawny Port

£60.00

Churchill’s 30 Years Old Tawny Port is an expression of the Douro terroir combined with delicate ageing in seasoned oak casks. The result of this combination is a port full of finesse whilst still retaining Churchill’s characteristic fresh identity.This Old Port Wine combines very well with dried fruits, roasted almonds and mature cheeses.Bright...


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In the meantime local Port farmers had learned that he wanted to set up on his own and were keen to help. In particular, Borges de Sousa who had excellent properties offered a deal. Clearly the wine could not be called Grahams’ – the family business had been sold in 1970 to the Symingtons – so what better name than his wife’s maiden name Churchill. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eIn the beginning, Churchill’s rented a lodge in Vila Nova de Gaia from Taylor’s but very soon bigger premises were required. With the Port trade in full expansion space was at a premium. Johnny bought three ruined lodges in Rua da Fonte Nova overlooking the river Douro. 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With the Port trade in full expansion space was at a premium. Johnny bought three ruined lodges in Rua da Fonte Nova overlooking the river Douro. They have now been fully renovated."}
Churchill 2016 Vintage Port

Churchill 2016 Vintage Port

£55.30

Excellent concentration, complexity and balance, combined with poised natural acidity and fine tannins. It will last 50 years. Not an instant crowd-pleaser as it has been made for the long-term. Very, very classic and amazing value."Sort of the Léoville Barton of the Douro?" (Jancis Robinson)"One of that generation's spiritual fathers is Johnny ...


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Fonseca 20 Year Old Rich Tawny

Fonseca 20 Year Old Rich Tawny

£41.55

The Fonseca Guimaraens house style is one of richness and warmth, with a lush fruit intensity and a structure of both dimension and finesse. More voluptuous than massive, Fonseca Ports are coveted for their sumptuous yet refined body and great longevity.This tawny port has an average cask age of twenty years, it is a mature wine of deep amber co...


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Fonseca Quinta do Panascal 2004

Fonseca Quinta do Panascal 2004

£29.05

A fat, plump, luscious wine. Full of rounded, ripe jammy fruit aromas. Almost warm 'marmalada' like note to the nose. The ripeness and richness of fruit is reinforced in the mouth with flavours of plump, bursting plums and cherries. Great notes of tobacco, smoky tea (lapsang) and spice. A warm, velvety, satiny wine. An enticingly very textural w...


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{"id":4846082064472,"title":"Fonseca Vintage 1994","handle":"fonseca-vintage-1994","description":"Intense purple black colour. The nose is bursting with potent complex fruitiness. The fruit is rich and luscious, a harmonious blend of blackcurrant, cherry and plum. It is full-bodied on the palate with tightly-knit, chewy tannins which provide both volume and structure. the succulent jammy fruit flavours seem to last forever in an incredibly long finish. A big opulent wine in the Fonseca tradition. Drink 2015 to 2035+.  \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eGuimaraens was founded in 1822, when Manuel Pedro Guimaraens acquired control of the Fonseca \u0026amp; Monteiro Company through purchase of the majority of the Fonseca holdings. 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Fonseca Vintage 1994

Fonseca Vintage 1994

£98.45

Intense purple black colour. The nose is bursting with potent complex fruitiness. The fruit is rich and luscious, a harmonious blend of blackcurrant, cherry and plum. It is full-bodied on the palate with tightly-knit, chewy tannins which provide both volume and structure. the succulent jammy fruit flavours seem to last forever in an incredibly l...


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Gould Brothers \u0026amp; Co., operating from both Lisbon and Oporto.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe firm survived the trials of the Peninsula War which followed a few years later, when the Anglo-Portuguese army of the Duke of Wellington expelled the French invaders, and soon became very successful bringing into partnership the prestigious Merchants and Bankers Messrs. James Campbell \u0026amp; Co. Gould Campbell came to establish a reputation for the excellent quality of their Ports and their Vintage Ports in particular.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eIn 1970 the firm was acquired by the Symington family who had themselves been Port producers since 1882. 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Gould Campbell 1991 Vintage Port

Gould Campbell 1991 Vintage Port

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Gould Campbell was founded in 1797 when Garret Gould, prompted by the political strife wracking his native Ireland, sailed to the hospitable shores of Portugal where he established the firm of Messrs. Gould Brothers & Co., operating from both Lisbon and Oporto. The firm survived the trials of the Peninsula War which followed a few years late...


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