Port Wine
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  • 2003 Vintage Port, Messias 2003
    2003 Vintage Port, Messias 2003

    Notes: Full bodied with fine aromas and taste. Remarkable notes of wild ripe fruits and a subtle and pleasant vanilla touch from the maturation in old barrels. A great vintage known for its elegance and structure.

  • Graham's LBV Port 2008 75cl
    Graham's LBV Port 2008 75cl

    Details Graham's Late bottled Vintage Port 2008 is a port made up of grapes from a single harvest and is aged in seasoned oak cask for up to 5 years before being bottled. Being wood aged encourages the wines development and it is therefore ready to drink sooner than a Vintage Port. Grahams ports all use wines that are sources from the Malvedos Vineyard in Portugal. The 2007 Late Bottled Vintage has a very attractive bouquet of liquorice and floral aromas and fresh, ripe fruit, most notably blackberry...

  • Psagot Prat Port Wine 50 cl
    Psagot Prat Port Wine 50 cl

    Sweet wine A fortified wine in Port style that is produced from a unique blend of a number of high-quality grapes, aged for 16 months in oak wood barrels. The wine is characterized by its rich sweetness and subtle velvety mouth feel in which chocolate, coffee, fruits and spices dominate the senses.

  • Spring And Port Wine
    Spring And Port Wine

    The saga of the Crompton family's struggle to wrest power from their bible-thumping father is a gently humorous portrayal of a family caught up in the demands made upon them by a changing society

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  • Tawny Port, Messias
    Tawny Port, Messias

    Notes: Aromas of red fruit jam combined with delicate wood and vanilla hints. Smooth and mild to the taste this is a Port you will want to keep returning to the drinks cabinet!

  • Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port
    Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port

    Taylor’s is the proud owner of extensive grade A vineyard sites in the Douro in Portugal. This unique terroir separated from the sea by the Marão mountains and protected from the rainy winds of the Atlantic, has a climate of baking, dry summers and severe winters. It is a land of austere beauty. Taylor’s were pioneers of the Late Bottled Vintage style, developed to satisfy the demand for a high quality ready-to-drink alternative to vintage port for everyday consumption.

  • Spring And Port Wine [DVD]
    Spring And Port Wine [DVD]

    Release Date: 2010-01-11, Rating: Parental Guidance

  • Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 2008
    Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 2008

    Tasting notes Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage 2008. Powerful dark cherry and black fruit aromas. The floral and herbal notes that come through on the nose add lovely nuances to the bouquet. The palate shows great intense fruit flavours and fantastic depth and complexity. The wine is harmonious, well-crafted and authoritative. Taylor's created the Late Bottled Vintage style of port and is not only acknowledged to be its finest producer, but remains the international brand leader. Blended from wines...

  • Grahams Late Bottled Vintage Port 75cl
    Grahams Late Bottled Vintage Port 75cl

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  • 1999 Vintage Wine and Port Gift, 1999
    1999 Vintage Wine and Port Gift, 1999

    Description and Reviews: A bottle of 1999 Chateau de Fiezal and a Bottle of Quinta de Vesuvio Vintage Port, presented in a double gift box with accessories. ** Special Offer was £108.85, now £102.95 (includes free UK Standard Delivery)** Chateau de Fieuzal ,1999 Pessac-Leogan Cru Classe From the excellent 1999 Vintage, this de Fieuzal has olive, cedar, earth, charcoal, and smoky characteristics are present in this light to medium-bodied, attractive, soft, well-made 1999. It is captivating. ...

  • Bateau crystal wine and port decanter
    Bateau crystal wine and port decanter

    Bateau wine and port crystal glass decanter with pewter stand. The wide midrift allows a large area of wine to be in contact with the air for maximum softening effect whilst the slender neck helps retain fine volatile aromatics and allows easy handling and pouring. The gently rounded opening ensures minimum of bruising to delicate and vintage wines and port

  • Wine & Port Goblets - Barware
    Wine & Port Goblets - Barware

    Our elegant Silver Plated Goblets are an indulgent way to enjoy your favourite wines whether that's white, red, or rose. Champagnes and aperitifs can also be served in these goblets. Coming in pairs or sets of sixes they are beautifully boxed and make excellent wedding gifts.

  • Sandeman Founders Reserve Ruby Port Wine 75 cl (Case of 3)
    Sandeman Founders Reserve Ruby Port Wine 75 cl (Case of 3)

    Intense ruby red colour, brilliant and clean. Rich red fruit aromas with a touch of age create an elegant reflection of powerful flavours, the fruit and fire characteristic of young classic Porto balanced with the finesse of age. Sandeman Porto Founders Reserve is produced by the traditional Porto Wine method. The hand picked grapes undergo stalk-removal and crushing before fermentation, under controlled temperature, with skin maceration so as to extract the best components. The addition of wine...

  • (375) Krohn LBV Port
    (375) Krohn LBV Port

    A superb Port from this famous producer, this Late Bottled Vintage Port has all the rich fruity character one expects to find. Delicious.

  • 1689 Ports in the Arquipelago da Madeira
    1689 Ports in the Arquipelago da Madeira

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  • 1977 Fonseca Vintage Port 1977
    1977 Fonseca Vintage Port 1977

    From the outstanding 1977 vintage and scoring 93/100 parker points "Fonseca is one of the great port lodges, producing the most exotic and most complex port. It excels in its magnificently complex, intense bouquet of plummy, cedary, spicy fruit and long, broad, expansive flavors. With its lush, seductive character, one might call it the Pomerol of Vintage ports. When it is young, it often loses out in blind tastings to the heavier, weightier, more tannic wines, but I always find myself upgrading...

  • 1977 Vintage Port, Sandeman
    1977 Vintage Port, Sandeman

  • Cockburn's Vintage Port 1997
    Cockburn's Vintage Port 1997

    "Good full ruby. Brooding, slightly high-toned aromas of spicy kirsch, blackberry and peaty terroir, plus a whiff of apple eau de vie. Deep, ripe and silky; not a huge wine but shapely and stylish, with its youthful kirsch and blackberry flavors given shape by ripe framing acidity. Lovely restrained sweetness carries through to the ripely tannic, long finish." Stephen Tanzer, International Wine Cellar

  • Delaforce White Port
    Delaforce White Port

    Delaforce White Port is the archetypal off-dry white port. Fairly weighty, fresh and deliciously different. Made in the classic Portuguese Douro valley tradition this Port displays an enjoyable, slightly nutty and characterful flavour.

  • Dow's 2003 Vintage Port
    Dow's 2003 Vintage Port

    Abundant fruit flavours with hints of ripe blackberries, give elegance and poise to Dow’s. The nose is deep and powerful with strong overtones of violets when young, these mature into fine cinnamon and rose-tea aromas with age. The very high percentage of Touriga Franca and Touriga Nacional planted on the vineyards result in the powerful structure and aging potential of Dow’s Vintage Ports.

  • Dry White Port
    Dry White Port

    Producer: Niepoort This unfiltered cask-aged dry white port from the fabulous port house of Dirk Niepoort is an outstanding aperitif. Cask ageing adds depth to its superb flavours of honey and butterscotch. Olives or salted almonds would be a great partner. Fantasti... [ More Details ]

  • Gould Campbell Vintage Port, 1994
    Gould Campbell Vintage Port, 1994

    Vintage Description: 1994 port: One of the greatest vintages of the 20th Century that produced classic, monumental port wines with rich fruit character. While these wines can be approached in their youth, the best will need 20 years in bottle.

  • Grahams - Dry White - Port 75cl Bottle
    Grahams - Dry White - Port 75cl Bottle

    This Port was shipped to the parent company in Glasgow which initially reprimanded the brothers for not sending cash. Fortunately however, after it was sold the Port turned out to be very popular and soon William and John were being urged by their parent company to acquire and ship more of this finest of fortified wines. Within the next few years Graham's reputation grew as a shipper of fine Port, first to Scotland and gradually all over the Port-drinking world.

  • Krohn 2009 LBV Port
    Krohn 2009 LBV Port

    Deep ruby colour with upfront aromas of black plums, spice and dried herbs, firm and evident tannins and a rich, long finish. The generous plummy characters, freshness and pure berry fruit characterise Krohn LBV.

  • Krohn Dry White Port NV
    Krohn Dry White Port NV

    Krohn are a small family-owned Port house run by brother and sister Jose and Iolanda Carneiro. Long renowned for the quality of their sublime Colheitas (single vintage tawnies), they produce a remarkably complete range for a small house and each wine excels in its category.

  • Krohn Vintage Port 2005
    Krohn Vintage Port 2005

    From a third generation Portuguese family owned winery based in the Rio Torto Valley. This was a warm vintage and the wine is soft and approachable with rich, spicy fruit cake notes and warm ripe fruit. Vintage: 2005 Grape: Various Region: Rio Torto Valley ABV: 20%

  • Madeira Port, Study of Boats
    Madeira Port, Study of Boats

  • Messias Vintage Port 83 and Vintage Port 97
    Messias Vintage Port 83 and Vintage Port 97

    Barolo; Aged in 100% barriques and bottled with neither fining nor frustration, it is a full-bodied, rich structured garnet/ruby-coloured wine o...

  • Offley Tawny Port NV
    Offley Tawny Port NV

    Offley was founded way back in 1737. 100 years later, in 1830, Joseph James Forrester moved to Oporto to join the team. He was conferred Baron by the Portuguese King, Fernando the Second, in 1855 for his important work mapping the River Douro and Port wine district. The winery is intensely proud of its heritage and stays true to its values of “passion, freedom, friends, instinct and sensations”. Winemaker Luis Sottomayor, who has studied oenology in France and Australia, joined parent company Sogrape...