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Port

Portugal. Famous for its Port, and of course its Ugal. Named for the town of Porto, Port is often hailed as the world's best fortified wine. Superb with any kind of cheese, smoked meat, or indeed 'another glass of port', Vintage ports can sell for frankly terrifying sums of money. Our advice? Spend at least £15 on a bottle to avoid cheap, sickly, supermarket plonk.

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The 2003 vintage from Dow's follows the clear cut style of the company, with a drier port than other popular port houses, but with superb body and power. Whilst this will be ready after 4 to 5 years...  More info
$97.34
The 2000 vintage from Graham's is a rounded, balanced port, with plummy, thick, berry fruit notes.  More info
$108.56
This a twenty year old tawny port from Croft.  More info
$136.62
Messias Vintage 1980 Port
(75cl, 20.50%)
1980 was a good year. Remain in Light by The Talking Heads was released, The Shining appeared in the cinemas and Messias produced this vintage 1980 port, rich with wild fruit and rich chocolate notes...  More info
$165.27
As you can clearly see from the label, this is port from the 1950s, from the Douro Valley in Portugal.  More info
$234.20
Cockburn's Fine Old Ruby Port from the 1960s is the kind of Port your Grandad would only crack out at a Christmas dinner with the Prime Minister, or maybe Sinatra if he's been particularly agreeable...  More info
$195.17
A very retro looking bottle of Borges Cocktail Port from the 1960s (as if you couldn't tell from how it looked). Collectible, rare and very interesting indeed.

Please note that the label does not...  More info
$156.13
A superb vintage from Dow's. James Suckling from the Wine Spectator described this as the "Best Dow in decades". Perfect in 5 to 10 years.  More info
$115.98
Croft 1994 Vintage Port
(75cl, 20.50%)
A very intense and concentrated vintage from Croft, the 1994 was awarded 96 points from Wine Spectator, making it a top scorer. Best after 10 to 15 years. Hailed as "the Best Croft since '45."  More info
$193.21
The 2003 bottling of Graham's Crusted Port, which is a blend of young ports from two or three harvests. Once blended, the port matures in for up to two years in oak casks. Following that, it is...  More info
$34.66
Vintage 1997 port from the Portuguese producer, Messias. Deeply dark red, it ripples with notes of stewed plums and redcurrants before a long, sweet finish. Gorgeous.  More info
$64.76
Port from its homeland, Portugal! This is a 2005 vintage expression from Portuguese company, Messias.  More info
$58.47
Taylor's LBV 2008
(75cl, 20%)
The 2008 Late Bottled Vintage from Taylor's is sure to be a hit, just like their previous LBV releases. LBV port matures in the cask for longer than it usually would, between four and six years, hence...  More info
$21.06
Another great, well-structured tawny port from Taylor's. The extra ten years of aging from the standard 10 year old have produced a fine balanced port traditionally enjoyed as a dessert wine or at the...  More info
$64.13
Messias Sweet White Port
(75cl, 19.50%)
While the colour of port usually ranges from anywhere between red and dark red, white port flips the script by using white grapes. The result is a beverage that is still full of grape richness, but...  More info
$22.75
Fonseca Vintage Port 1985
(75cl, 20.50%)
1985 was a very good year for port, which must be why this Vintage 1985 Fonseca Port is simply fantastic. Heavy notes of cherry, dark chocolate, roasted coffee and raspberry jam. Astounding.  More info
$163.21
Taylor's LBV 2007
(75cl, 20%)
Taylor's has always done a very fine LBV, and the 2007 is a particularly good example. It was made with grapes grown on the company's own vineyards in Cima Corgo and Douro Superior, and What Food...  More info
$20.75
This vintage Port is a whopping thirty years old. During this time the Port has developed complex aromas and flavours that make this an incredible after-dinner drink.  More info
$123.10
This is a 1960s bottle of Medieval Port, made by Amandiò Silva in Portugal. The label features a rather Gothic looking castle, the kind where this Port would be enjoyed in the drawing room...  More info
$195.17
Dow's Crusted Port
(75cl, 20%)
A blend of full bodied ports from Dow's recent vintages. These are matured for around a year to a year and a half before bottling without filtration or fining. The blend is then aged for three years...  More info
$35.73
A very rare bottle of Imperial 20 Year Old Tawny Port from Sandeman. It was bottled in 1988, so it is indeed an antique Port.  More info
$136.62
This 1983 vintage from Graham's will drink well now, this is a dark, rich port, which will become slightly tawnier after a few years as the fruit character develops. Lots of cocoa, sweet berry fruits...  More info
$118.04
1963 was a great year for port production, which is why this Croft 1963 Vintage Port makes such a brilliant collectible piece. There is no abv listen on the label.  More info
$234.20
A vintage Cockburn's made with over 80% of the grapes from their own properties. 40% of the blend is from their Vilarica vineyards, which are gentle slopes, grown in blocks of individual grape...  More info
$77.25
This bottle of Taylor's 10 Year Old Tawny Port is the kind of drink your boss' boss pulls out from the back of a full cabinet and calls "The good stuff".  More info
$156.13
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