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Other Fortified Wine

Fortified wines are made by adding brandy or grape spirit to a wine base either during (to arrest) or after fermentation.

ABK6 Vieux Pineau des Charentes

75cl, 17%
ABK6 Cognac

From the fabulous ABK6 comes this beautifully aged Vieux Pineau des Charentes, which was created by blending freshly pressed grape juice and young Cognac, then ageing the blend for a minimum of 10…  More info

ABK6 Vieux Pineau des Charentes
$25.79

André Dorbert Pineau des Charentes - 1970s

70cl, 17%
Andre Dorbert

French spirits brand André Dorbert (best known for creating and bottling Cognac) produced this Pineau des Charentes (a regional French aperitif) sometime in the 1970s. This bottle was part of a…  More info

André Dorbert Pineau des Charentes - 1970s
$155.04

Burton's British Ruby - 1950s

Burton Sheen

This is a bottle of Burton's British Ruby, produced in the 1950s. Presumably, this fortified wine was created in the style of ruby Port, but not in Portugal. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Burton's British Ruby - 1950s
$103.36

Drouineau Pineau Des Charentes Blanc

75cl, 17%
Drouineau

Pineau Des Charentes is what you get if you mature a type of Charentes wine along with Cognac eux de vie for a couple of years. Discovered, like many great drinks, by accident, it now has its own…  More info

Drouineau Pineau Des Charentes Blanc
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$17.76

Francois Voyer Pineau Des Charentes Blanc

75cl, 17.5%
François Voyer

A Pineau Des Charentes from Francois Voyer, made with approximately two thirds grape fruit juice and one third Cognac, blended just after the grape harvest. Following that, it's aged in oak for over…  More info

Francois Voyer Pineau Des Charentes Blanc
$22.76

Francois Voyer Pineau Des Charentes Vieux Blanc

75cl, 17%
François Voyer

A Pineau Des Charentes from Cognac producer François Voyer in the Grande Champagne region. This is their Vieux Blanc expression, a step up from their regular Pineau Des Charentes, as after they blend…  More info

Francois Voyer Pineau Des Charentes Vieux Blanc
$26.86

Hijos de Antonio Barceló Malaga - 1950s

70cl, 17%
Hijos de Antonio Barceló

A bottling of Spanish dessert wine from Malaga made with Pedro Ximénez grapes that dates from the 1950s. Similar to a Sherry, but from a different area of Andalusia. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Hijos de Antonio Barceló Malaga - 1950s
$116.28

Hijos de Jiminez Varela - 1950s

Hijos De Jiminez Varela

A bottle of Spanish fortified wine from Hijos de Jiminez Varela, a producer seemingly lost to the ravages of time. We think this rare bottle was produced in the 1970s. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Hijos de Jiminez Varela - 1950s
$129.20

Jean Fillioux Vieux Pineau des Charentes Blanc

75cl, 17%
Jean Fillioux

A Pineau des Charentes Blanc from Jean Fillioux, a Cognac house based in the Grande Champagne region. We reckon this'll be good on a warm summer afternoon with plenty of ice.  More info

Jean Fillioux Vieux Pineau des Charentes Blanc
$31.56

Jose Maria de Fonseca Setúbal - 1985

75cl, 18%
Jose Maria de Fonseca

In 1985, (way before Nirvana, when there was U2, and Blondie, and music still on MTV) this Moscatel was created and bottled by Jose Maria de Fonseca. This bottle was part of a private collection -…  More info

Jose Maria de Fonseca Setúbal - 1985
$103.36

Jules Gautret - Pineau des Charentes Blanc

75cl, 17%
Jules Gautret

Pineau des Charentes is a kind of fortified wine made with Cognac eau de vie and grape must, in this case by Jules Gautret. Serve chilled.  More info

Jules Gautret - Pineau des Charentes Blanc
$18.10

Jules Gautret Pineau des Charentes Rosé

75cl, 17%
Jules Gautret

A tasty aperitif from Jules Gautret, just the ticket for a summer evening. Juicy fruit notes come through clearly with a touch of Cognac richness at its core.  More info

Jules Gautret Pineau des Charentes Rosé
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$18.10

Old England Medium - 1970s

J E Mather & Sons Ltd

From J E Mather & Sons Ltd in the 1970s comes a bottle of Old England Medium. Now, British Sherry isn't quite a thing, because to be defined as Sherry, it must be produced in Spain. Back in the day…  More info

Old England Medium - 1970s
$103.36

Pierre Ferrand Pineau Des Charentes

70cl, 17%
Pierre Ferrand

This is a blend of Cognac and grape juice which was actually produced in Cognac, where it was aged for 18 months, with 12 of those spent in oak casks. It's simply stunning with a cheese board, so do…  More info

Pierre Ferrand Pineau Des Charentes
$21.49

Portman's Fine Ruby

70cl, 14.4%
Portman

Portman's Fine Ruby is a fortified wine. The bottle suggests that it is rich and sweet, and also has a little boat on it.  More info

Portman's Fine Ruby
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$9.15

Q.C. Medium - 1970s

Quality Counts

A 1970s bottling of Q.C. Medium. You'll note that the label says "British Sherry". Some of you may know that this isn't a thing, since to be defined as sherry, the wine must be produced in Spain. The…  More info

Q.C. Medium - 1970s
$103.36

Sodap St. Barnabas Commandaria (75cl) - 1980s

75cl, 15%
Sodap

A rare and delightfully dumpy bottle of Sodap St. Barnabas Commandaria, produced in Cyprus in the 1980s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get…  More info

Sodap St. Barnabas Commandaria (75cl) - 1980s
$129.20

Vin Mariani Coca de Perou

50cl, 22%
Vin Mariani

Vin Mariani was first created by French chemist Angelo Mariani back to 1863, and was made of Bordeaux wine and the extract of Peruvian coca leaves, which can also be used to make cocaine. Of course,…  More info

Vin Mariani Coca de Perou
$34.41

Whiteway's Pale Dry - 1950s

Whiteway's

This is a 1950s bottle of Whiteway's Pale Dry, a British fortified wine. Despite the label calling it a sherry (even going so far as to say "This excellent pale dry British sherry is a wine of full…  More info

Whiteway's Pale Dry - 1950s
$103.36

Alvear Pedro Ximénez 1927

75cl, 16%
Alvear

A deliciously sweet Spanish fortified wine from the Montilla region, made by the Alvear winemakers using exclusively the Pedro Ximénez grape. It's aged in a solera system of American oak barrels…  More info

Alvear Pedro Ximénez 1927

Ansaldo 5 Terre Liquoroso - 1957

Ansaldo

A rare sweet fortified wine from Italy, produced back in 1957. Pretty sweet-looking castle on the label. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or…  More info

Ansaldo 5 Terre Liquoroso - 1957
$155.04

Beaufoys No.1 South African Pale Extra Dry - 1960s

Beaufoys

A fortified wine from South Africa, this bottling of Beaufoys No.1 is thought to date from the 1960s. Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is…  More info

Beaufoys No.1 South African Pale Extra Dry - 1960s

Chateau Beaulon Pineau des Charentes - 1970s

70cl, 18%
Chateau Beaulon

This beautiful looking bottling is a Pineau des Charentes, a regional French aperitif made using either a blend of lightly fermented grape must or fresh, unfermented grape juice, to which a Cognac…  More info

Chateau Beaulon Pineau des Charentes - 1970s

Château d'Orignac Pineau des Charentes

75cl, 18%
Château d'Orignac

A sublime summer sip served cold, Pineau des Charentes is a fragrant, fruity fortified wine made with a blend of aged Cognac and the musts from Merlot and Cabernet grapes. After blending, it is aged…  More info

Château d'Orignac Pineau des Charentes
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$24.13

Château du Tariquet Grassa et Fils Floc de Gascogne - 1990s

75cl, 17%
Château du Tariquet

An apéritif fortified with Armagnac in much the same way as Pineau des Charentes is fortified with Cognac. This rare old bottling dates from the 1990s. This bottle was part of a private collection…  More info

Château du Tariquet Grassa et Fils Floc de Gascogne - 1990s

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