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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.

Boplaas Tawny Port - 1980

75cl, 17.5%
Boplaas

A 1980d vintage tawny Port produced by Boplaas. A collectible piece which ought to be rather tasty indeed, considering that the 1980 Port vintage was deemed particularly impressive. This bottle…  More info

Boplaas Tawny Port - 1980
$131.86

Borges White Extra Dry Aperitif Cocktail Port - 1960s

75cl, 0%
Borges

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

Borges White Extra Dry Aperitif Cocktail Port - 1960s
$158.23

Churchill's 1997 Vintage Port

75cl, 20.5%
Churchill's

A vintage Port from the Churchill's range, produced during 1997 - which was regarded as a pretty smashing year for Port. A sturdy expression, boasting a host of exciting fruit notes throughout and…  More info

Churchill's 1997 Vintage Port
$90.97

Cockburn's 10 Year Old Tawny Port - 1980s

70cl, 0%
Cockburns

This is a 1980s bottling of Cockburn's 10 Year Old Tawny Port, which (according to the label) was "matured in wood"... What, you want to know what kind of wood it was matured in?! Too bad. This…  More info

Cockburn's 10 Year Old Tawny Port - 1980s
$131.86

Cockburn's Directors' Reserve Port - 1970s

Cockburns

This is a rare bottle of Cockburn's Directors' Reserve Port, which we think was produced in the 1970s. Apostrophes everywhere. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more…  More info

Cockburn's Directors' Reserve Port - 1970s
$158.23

Cockburn's Fine Old Tawny Port - 1970s

Cockburns

This is a rare bottle of Cockburn's Fine Old Tawny Port, which was produced in the 1970s. Do you know what port from the 1970s tastes like? I don't. One of us should find out... This bottle was…  More info

Cockburn's Fine Old Tawny Port - 1970s
$158.23

Cockburn's Special Reserve Port

75cl, 20%
Cockburns

The world's most popular premium port, Cockburn's Special Reserve has stunning vintage character because it is made with vintage ports that are fully matured before bottling. The result is a port…  More info

Cockburn's Special Reserve Port
$13.83

Cockburns Fine Old Port - 1960s

Cockburns

Cockburns Fine Old Port, bottled in the 1960s. Fair couple of chunks taken out of the label, but otherwise it remains in good condition. Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV…  More info

Cockburns Fine Old Port - 1960s
$197.78

Cockburns Fine Ruby Port

75cl, 19%
Cockburns

The perfect accompaniment to a good selection of cheese or a rich pudding, Cockburns Fine Ruby Port is big and bold with spiced plum and stewed red fruit notes.  More info

Cockburns Fine Ruby Port
$11.81

Cockburns Fine Tawny Port

75cl, 19%
Cockburns

A Fine Tawny Port from Cockburns, made with wines which have aged between 2-3 years. Relaxed and easy to drink, with suggestions of complexity sneaking in. Ought to last 8 weeks after opening. A…  More info

Cockburns Fine Tawny Port
$13.46

Croft 2011 Vintage Port

75cl, 20.5%
Croft

This is 2011 vintage Port from legendary house, Croft. 2011 proved to be a good year for many houses, and Croft have produced a refined, big-bodied Port here.  More info

Croft 2011 Vintage Port
$65.07

Croft Pink Port

75cl, 19.5%
Croft

Croft's Pink Port is a floral, aromatic wine, and a rather unusual one too - thanks to its rose-pink hue! During fermentation, the grape skins are removed fairly quickly, giving the wine a much…  More info

Croft Pink Port
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$13.38

Da Silva's Monge Port - 1960s

75cl, 19.8%
Antonio José Da Silva

An antique bottling of Port from Antonio José Da Silva, dating from the 1960s. Produced in Vila Nova de Gaia for the Italian market. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like…  More info

Da Silva's Monge Port - 1960s
$197.78

Dowcester Old Oak Port - 1950s

Gale Lister & Co

A rare bottle of Dowcester Old Oak Port, described on the label as "A very old Tawny Port" - almost as if they knew this bottle was destined to become an antique! We reckon it was produced back in…  More info

Dowcester Old Oak Port - 1950s
$197.78

Fonseca 10 Year Old Aged Tawny Port

50cl, 20%
Fonseca

10 year old Tawny Port from the fabulous Fonseca collection - well worth a look if you're after a good value-for-money Port. Oodles of rich stewed plum and dark berry notes throughout.  More info

Fonseca 10 Year Old Aged Tawny Port
$18.72

Fonseca Bin 27 Port

75cl, 20%
Fonseca

A classic Fonseca port, Bin 27 makes for an excellent accompaniment to all kinds of desserts and can be enjoyed by the glass from the bottle, making it a top pick for quaffing with friends. Excellent…  More info

Fonseca Bin 27 Port
$14.89

Fonseca Guimaraens 1998 Vintage Port

75cl, 20.5%
Fonseca

1998 vintage Port from the Fonseca Guimaraens selection, which are produced in non-declared Port vintages. A jammy, cherry-rich vintage with big, bold notes of raspberry and well-rounded tannins.  More info

Fonseca Guimaraens 1998 Vintage Port
$30.80

Fortnum & Mason Late Bottled Vintage Port 1995

75cl, 20%
Fortnum & Mason

A Late Bottled Vintage Port released by Fortnum & Mason, produced by the house of Niepoort in 1995. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in…  More info

Fortnum & Mason Late Bottled Vintage Port 1995
$79.11

Gould Campbell 1977 Vintage Port

75cl, 20%
Gould Campbell

1977 vintage Port from Gould Campbell, producers of some reliably delicious expressions over the years - though somewhat silent as of late. The label doesn't feature an ABV, but other bottlings of…  More info

Gould Campbell 1977 Vintage Port
$126.62

Graham's 2000 Vintage Port

75cl, 20%
Graham's

The 2000 vintage from Graham's is a rounded, balanced port, with plummy, thick, berry fruit notes.  More info

Graham's 2000 Vintage Port
$73.34

Graham's 2011 Vintage Port

75cl, 20%
Graham's

The excellence of 2011 vintage Ports has brought renewed interest in the famous Portuguese fortified wine. Bottled in 2013, this release bottling comes from well-known producer Graham's, established…  More info

Graham's 2011 Vintage Port
$82.41

Graham's Quinta dos Malvedos 2004

75cl, 20%
Graham's

A 2004 vintage Port from Graham's and its Malvedos vineyard. The Quinta dos Malvedos is one of five vineyards that produces grapes to create classic Port vintages for Graham's, but outside of classic…  More info

Graham's Quinta dos Malvedos 2004
$38.30

Kopke Superb Old Tawny Port - 1950s

Kopke

A very pleasing bottle of Superb Old Tawny Port from Kopke, which we think was produced all the way back in the 1950s. We love the look of this bottle, with it's rather minimalist label and whatnot.…  More info

Kopke Superb Old Tawny Port - 1950s
$237.34

Martins de Sá Rosé Port

75cl, 19.5%
Martins de Sá

This Rosé Port from Martins de Sá is bottled in Portugal at 19.5% ABV and counts itself as the brightest and most playful member of the set of ports Martins de Sá have assembled (Ruby, White and…  More info

Martins de Sá Rosé Port
1
$21.91

Martins de Sá Ruby Port

75cl, 19.5%
Martins de Sá

Martins de Sa' Ruby Port is a refined effort of blended young and fresh ports from different harvests. Aged without exposure to oxygen, Martins de Sa' Ruby Port was bottled in Portugal at 19.5% ABV,…  More info

Martins de Sá Ruby Port
2
$21.91

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