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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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Adams' "15" Light Tawny Port bottled in the 1960s, specially produced for the House of Lords. A glass M'lord?  More info
$181.21
Taylor's LBV 2005
(75cl, 20%)
This is a Late Bottle Vintage port from veteran producer, Taylor's. Late Bottle Vintage means that the port has been allowed to mature for longer. It has literally been bottled later.  More info
$31.02
Quinta do Vesuvio 2007 vintage, one of the better vintages from the last few decades. This offers notes of berry fruits, raspberry, blackberry with a medium sweet composition. Excellent structure.  More info
$83.06
The 2006 Late Bottled Vintage, this is a very full-bodied port from Dow's with soft, slightly spicy tannins and a gentle acidity. A stunning port which will benefit from a few years of bottle ageing.  More info
This is a bottle of vintage port from the 1960's from legendary port brand, Taylor's. An intriguing specimen for any port lover.  More info
$140.94
This is a bottled of Graham's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1996. Late Bottled Vintage means the Port was bottled later than the rest of the vintage.  More info
$40.27
This ruby port has been slowly developing in the bottle for approximately sixty years, and will make for a great drink when it is finally opened.  More info
$241.61
This is a Late Bottle Vintage Port from Graham's. Late Bottle Vintage means the port was literally bottled late, often because needed extra ageing to bring out it's finer notes.  More info
$40.27
A fabulous late-bottled port from producer Niepoort.  More info
$40.27
Messias Ruby Port
(75cl, 19.50%)
Ruby Port from the Portuguese producers, Messias. Incredible amounts of fruity flavours have been packed into this lively ruby port, making it a fantastic option for sipping after a meal.  More info
$23.47
A '74 vintage from top producer Taylor's.  More info
$251.60
A bottling of Sandeman Fine Ruby Port dating from the 1980s, complete with The Don on the label. What a guy.  More info
$120.81
An exceptional Vintage port from stalwart producer Cockburns. 2000 was a great year, and this LBV port has been allowed to rest in casks, then racked off to remove a great portion of the sediment. As...  More info
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This Master Blend is made with wines from Dow's cellars in Oporto. They are chosen for their rich, fruity flavour. The result is a spicy, mellow port.  More info
Sublime 1985 vintage from Graham's. A very popular house, and these will not fail to please. Berry fruits, blackcurrant and blackberry, and a long finish. Very good concentration.  More info
$145.62
Widely hailed as a truly outstanding vintage from Dow's, the company themselves place this with such excellent vintages as the 1896, 1908, 1945, 1966 and 2000. This will not only stand up to, but is...  More info
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$101.31
Dow's are renowned for their Late Bottled Vintage Ports. Full and rich, with supple tannins, the 2004 offers blackberries and a long finish. Great with chocolate or for the cheese board.  More info
A special millennium selection from Dow's, this magnum of 1977 vintage is full and sweet and it just reaching the perfect maturity. Will keep for another decade.  More info
$327.94
Robert Parker awarded this 1977 vintage croft 88 points. Good now until 2015. Thick, rich and syrupy with of dried fruit, date, berry fruits.  More info
$166.95
Very aromatic vintage port from Graham's. The 1997 vintage was described by Wine Spectator's James Suckling as "very layered and structured".  More info
$86.19
An intense, powerful port, Taylor's 1994 vintage is sure to age well for decades. Flavours of blackcurrant, cocoa, stewed stone fruits and a floral note.  More info
$288.29
Croft 1985 Vintage Port
(75cl, 20.50%)
Soft, concentrated 1985 vintage from Croft. Sweet, plummy, berries, chocolate. Floral bouquet.  More info
$65.59
Croft 1975 is a fruity port with notes of sultanas, toffee, coffee beans and a slightly bittersweet finish.  More info
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$70.19
A good medium bodied Croft Vintage, the 1982 is ready to drink now.  More info
An award-winning Port. Robert Parker awarded this 85 points, and Wine Journal went as far as to award it 91 points! Thanks to Croft 1970's incredible structure this could last even up until 2020.  More info
$103.01
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