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Cálem Port

Cálem, a leading port wine brand, has been respected since 1859. Founded by António Alves Cálem, it is known for its high-quality port wines. These wines are linked to excellence and tradition.

Based in Porto, Portugal, Cálem has many ports in its cellars. These show the brand's skill and long history. The company first sent wines to Brazil, trading them for exotic woods. This history is still part of Cálem, including its ties to key regions.

These port wines come in different styles. These include Tawny and Ruby ports and the more complex Vintage ports. Tawny ports have nutty and caramel flavours. They show the effects of ageing in wood. Ruby ports are more about fruit, with strong, vibrant red and dark fruit flavours. Vintage ports, made only in great years, are intense and complex. They can age for a long time.

Making Cálem's port wines mixes tradition and new ideas. The grapes are picked by hand in the Douro Valley. They are crushed traditionally, allowing gentle extraction of colours, flavours, and tannins. Adding grape spirit stops the fermentation. This keeps the wine sweet and creates a classic port style.

The company is committed to quality. A team of experts oversees the ageing and blending of the ports. They work hard to keep the quality and excellence consistent in every bottle. The ports reflect the region's land and the old traditions of port-making.

Visitors can tour Cálem's cellars in Porto. They learn about port wine, the company's history, and the different port styles.

Cálem's port wines have won many awards. They are among the top producers. The brand's focus on excellence, respect for tradition, and willingness to innovate keep Cálem at the forefront. Its wines are enjoyed by experts and fans worldwide.

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