Port is a fortified wine specifically produced in the Douro region of northern Portugal. The name comes from Oporto from where barrels were sent out across Europe. The industry benefited hugely from trade agreements with Britain as the market for French wine dipped during times of war and port has become hugely associated with ceremonial toasts and after dinner drinks in this country.

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2011 Taylor's (Case - 6/75cl)

Taylors Vintage Port is made only in exceptional years, following the rigorous selection and tasting process to meet the requirements for declaration. Historically Taylors has only declared a maximum of 3 vintages per decade. 2011 has been hailed as a classic vintage by all accounts. Ideal ripening conditions in this year have led Fladgate wine-maker David Guimaraens to conclud…

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1985 Taylor's Vintage Port (Case - 6/75cl)

Intense ruby colour, now just beginning to open out. Rich, complete, multidimensional nose, displaying elements of both youth and maturity. Aromas of ripe berry fruit, liquorice and butterscotch with scented violet notes. The palate is now...

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2002 Croft Quinta Da Roeda (Bottle - 1/75cl)

Single Quinta ports are made using grapes from a single vineyard, and are designed to drink much younger than standard vintage ports - as soon as 10 years after bottling. Generally produced in years where the grapes are not deemed suitable for top vintages, single Quinta ports are becoming more popular, and it has been said they may have the potential to rival vintage ports in …


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