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  1. Ferreira 20 year Old Duque De Braganca Old Tawny Port

    Ferreira 20 year Old Duque De Braganca Old Tawny Port

    98 points Decanter - "Quince marmalade on the nose and palate. Refined, soft and seamless with the merest dusting of tannin on the finish. Worthy Platinum Best in Category at the DWWA."

    92 points Wine Spectator - Shows good range, with a mix of powdered ginger, clove and allspice hints followed by dried orange peel, rooibos tea and bergamot notes. A light caramel accent drapes across the finish, maintaining a good zippy edge. Drink now. Learn More
  2. Fonseca Bin No. 27 Finest Reserve NV

    Fonseca Bin No. 27 Finest Reserve NV

    90 points Wine Spectator - "Fresh and grapey, with plenty of grip and power behind dark plum, chocolate and berry flavors that feature slate and pepper notes. Drink now through 2020. –KM" Learn More
  3. Fonseca Late Bottled Vintage Port 2009

    Fonseca Late Bottled Vintage Port 2009

    90 points Wine Advocate - The 2009 Late Bottled Vintage Port is an unfiltered Douro blend aged in large oak vats for some 60 months before bottling in 2014. It comes in at 101 grams per liter of residual sugar. Sweet up front, it shows its fair share of power as it airs out, plus some transparency and a hint of minerality. A day later, it seemed very fine. Sumptuous and delicious, it has underlying power and finesse, but it does seem rather toned down and a bit sedate for an unfiltered LBV in this big vintage. If it doesn’t seem quite as full as its sibling, the Croft, also submitted this issue, it may have more of other things, particularly its vibrant flavor and expressive fruit. Although it rounds into form rather well, it actually seemed to need some more time early on. Some four days later it seemed more reticent. But just for fun, and noting that LBVs do tend to be reasonably resistant, I held it for another five days and it was drinking just fine on Day 9, still fresh and precise. It is always subtle, perhaps a bit too subtle. It never knocks you over with its power or depth. Yet, it never disappears either. It always lingers and tastes great. In this vintage, it would still be nice to get a bit more pop and concentration, but whether unfiltered or not, it is obviously made for early consumption. Said David Guimaraens, winemaker: ”We believe that as with all LBV’s, they are most enjoyed soon after bottling...” I doubt anyone will have any in a decade or so, but it certainly has the wherewithal to hold if you choose to do so, even if it seems laid back and gentle. It wasn’t always an attention-grabber, but I do feel compelled to lean up for its expressive and vibrant fruit. NOTE: This is labeled as unfiltered, but it does (rather unusually) comes with a bar-top cork and it is anticipated that it will be drunk young. Learn More
  4. Fonseca Vintage Port 2009

    Fonseca Vintage Port 2009

    95 Points Wine Spectator - “This is gorgeously vibrant and grapey, with good cut to the luscious dark fruit and cedar flavors that are flanked by zesty acidity and tannins. A touch brooding midpalate, with a minerally rush and a finish of slate and iron. Best from 2016 through 2036. 7,000 cases made.” – KM (Jul 31, 2012)

    95 Points Wine Enthusiast - “A classic Fonseca, rich and powerful, with just an extra edge of weight from the vintage. It has a dry character, a tannic edge that gives great promise, but the open-hearted fruit is all there. A wonderfully intense wine for aging.” – RV (4/1/2012)

    94 Points Wine Advocate - “The Fonseca 2009 has a very sweet, typically opulent bouquet of black plum, blackberry, chimney soot and a touch of pencil shavings that is very complex and alluring. The palate is full-bodied with powerful ripe blackberry, allspice, clove and balsamic notes, a roiling, powerful, assertive Fonseca with a sweet, dark chocolate-tinged finish that grips the mouth, but it needs two decades to mellow and demonstrate the finesse to balance the intensity. This is a wonderful 2009 Vintage Port, though I suspect that the 2011 will ultimately prove even better. Tasted May 2013.” – Neal Martin (Jun 2013) Learn More
  5. Grahams Porto Reserve Six Grapes

    Grahams Porto Reserve Six Grapes

    91 pointsWine Enthusiast - This special edition has been made to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the familiar Graham's Six Grapes reserve Ruby. Selected from old vines in the Graham's vineyards, it is dense and impressively ripe. Concentrated fruit dominates, cut with acidity as well as a dark texture. Rounded and rich, it's made to drink now. The label with symbols of six grapes was taken from original ledger entries-the Graham code for the highest of six possible classifications for wine destined to be vintage Port. Learn More
  6. Niepoort 10 Year Aged Tawny Port, Portugal
  7. Niepoort Late Bottled Vintage Port 2012
  8. Niepoort Porto Colheita  1997
  9. Quinta De Roriz Vintage Porto  2005
  10. Quinta do Crasto Vintage Porto 2003

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