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Fortified wines are made by adding brandy or grape spirit to a wine base either during (to arrest) or after fermentation.
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.
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A Charente speciality made with Cognac eau-de-vie and grape must or juice. This rare antique bottling is thought to date from the 1970s.
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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. More info
A sweet dessert wine from Cyprus, produced by KEO way back in the 1970s. This fruit-forward, subtly spicy wine is still produced and enjoyed even today. More info
A fortified wine made from Pedro Ximénez and The English Whisky Co.'s single malt. It's a combination that came about when the chaps at St. George's distillery bought some PX casks that were still… More info
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
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
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
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
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
A 2007 vintage from Château Rombeau. Muscat de Rivesaltes is a fortified wine made in the Roussillon region. Muscat de Rivesaltes differs only to the more generic Rivesaltes AOC in that it is made… More info
A delicious fortified wine made with the unfermented grape must of Ugni Blanc, and several other cognac grape varieties, as well as a good measure of Cognac. The result is delicious! More info
Sherry casks have traditionally been used for the maturation of whisky but what about the sherry that was originally stored in those casks? St. George's distillery decided that they would have some… More info
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
A fortified wine from South Africa, this bottling of Beaufoys No.1 is thought to date from the 1960s.
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The English Whisky Company took the opportunity to purchase the Pedro Ximénez Sherry that had previously matured in their ex-Pedro Ximénez casks as well as the casks themselves - to this Sherry they… More info
Pineau des Charentes is a drink that's usually made with grape must and Cognac eau-de-vie, with this rare Mallet bottling most likely dating from the 1970s. More info
You know how whisky matured in ex-Pedro Ximénez Sherry casks is yummy? Well, how about Pedro Ximénez Sherry aged in ex-whisky casks? We're looking through the other end of the telescope people. This… More info
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
This is an Australian fortified wine from Grant Burge, made from Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz grapes and blended to an average age of 10 years in a Solera system. Juicy, rich and well-balanced with… More info
A tasty fortified wine from Maxime Trijol, this is made by mixing cognac with the unfermented grape must used to make cognac. A particularly good summer quaff when chilled! More info
A rare bottle of Marsala wine from Giarola, which we believe to have been produced in Italy back in the 1970s.
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This is a 1980s bottling of Pineau des Charentes from Philippe de Castaigne, who are also known for their Cognac. The brand was produced back in the late 1800s, though somewhat disappeared in the… More info
An old bottling of Marsala wine from top producer Florio, made with Grillo and Catarratto grapes back in the 1970s!
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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