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Dows (Portugal) Fine Tawny Port

Dow's Tawny is bottled ready to drink after an average of three years of cask aging. Dow's Tawny is delicious with soft ripened cheeses, flan or fruit tarts.


17% OFF

ERP $41.99

Kopke (Portugal) Fine Ruby Port 750ml

Recognized as the first and oldest Port house in Port wine history, celebrating their 379th year of continuous production. - They still stencil the lettering by hand like they did in the 1600’s! 
Fine Ruby - The secret to the richness of this fine Ruby port is 3 to 4 years aging in small casks. 


Kopke (Portugal) Fine Tawny Port 750ml

Orange-brown color. The ageing in oak casks gives it an aroma of vanilla combined with fruit. The palate is soft and balanced with a good finish. Aged in wood for a minimum of 3 years, resulting in a rich wine, aromatic and with a balanced sweetness.



Croft (Portugal) 20 Year Old Tawny

Delicate tawny colour with broad ochre rim. Complex nutty and oaky aromas and a concentrated figgy ripeness on the palate. Smooth and silky with a long finish full of rich mellow flavour. 


8% OFF

ERP $130.00

Croft (Portugal) Distinction Port

This is a Finest Reserve Port which is a blend of ports which have been aged in wood for four to five years to produce wines of greater complexity than their younger counterparts. A port with attractive, intense fresh fruit aromas and flavours. A powerful, rich blackberry bouquet with subtle hints of spice and cedar. On the mouth strong black fruit and chocolate flavours dominate. The wine has good weight and structure with a fine finish.



9% OFF

ERP $55.00

Croft (Portugal) Fine Ruby

Croft Fine Ruby is blended from red wines produced in the Baixo Corgo and Cima Corgo areas of the upper Douro Valley, selected for their depth of colour, intense fruit and full, firm palate. These wines are matured for about three years in oak vats, where they soften and develop without losing their fresh, intense fruity character and their deep ruby colour. 


12% OFF

ERP $39.99

Dows (Portugal) 10yr Old Tawny Port

These wines are carefully made from the finest grapes in the Douro valley. During the ageing process, the wines are tasted regularly and, when they are considered to be ready, they are blended with all the care of a premium quality Port, but are bottled when ready for immediate consumption.


7% OFF

ERP $74.99

Dows (Portugal) White Port

Try with tonic, soda or just over ice. stunning

Dow’s Fine White is made primarily at our Quinta do Sol winery. Only traditional white grape varieties from the Douro valley are used.Dow’s Fine White was 100% fermented off the skins and using temperature control so that fermentation takes place between 18-22ºc.
Aged for an average of three years it is bottled when ready to drink and requires no further ageing.


Dows Senhora da Ribeira Vintage Port 2013

Single vineyard Port from a highly rated vintage

Quinta Senhora da Ribeira forms a significant part of Dow’s vintage ports, but here’s a chance to enjoy it as a single quinta. 

Sarah Ahmed (Decanter): This foot-trodden blend of 65% Touriga Nacional, 12% Alicante Bouschet, 10% Touriga Barroca and 13% of (picked after the rain) Touriga Franca/Sousão is a deep inky hue, with lovely violet lift to the nose. In the mouth it’s very fresh and juicily persistent with silky, really fluid, polished and pure blackcurrant and berry fruit.    Perfume and minerals ping pong back and forth on the back palate, creating a lively tension.  A fine mesh of tannin and chiselled minerals anchor a very long, well structured finish.  Terrific intensity and line.  With rigorous selection, just 13 pipes were produced from 133 hectares.  My pick of the 2013 Vintage Ports thus far.

Quinta Senhora da Ribeira is set in the remote Douro Superior with spectacular views over the river. Opposite is another famous estate owned by the Symingtons, Quinta do Vesuvio. Senhora is called after a chapel, the name of which translates as ‘Lady of the River’. Its wines are some of the finest in the Douro and contribute to Dow’s classic vintage ports. In this single quinta vintage you taste the wine on its own, in all its glory. Around half the vines are more than 25 years old and yield a mere 1 kilogram of grapes each, hence the wine’s amazing concentration and its 93 points from Parker and Suckling. The wine is produced traditionally, the grapes trodden by foot in granite lagares. Wonderfully aromatic, balanced and built to last.

 just add a good Stilton and you would be happy with this as your last supper!



23% OFF

ERP $149.99

Krohn (Portugal) 2007 Late Bottled Vintage

Silver Medal - International Wine Challege 2011
Four Stars - Joelle Thomson

A Silver Medal winning Portguese port at a very affordable price. Try with a big blue cheese like Stilton or Gorgonzola for a real sensory experience!


8% OFF

ERP $65.00

Lustau San Emillio (Spain) PX 375ml

The sweetest and richest of all the Sherry styles

Pedro Ximenez is the richest, and sweetest of the Spanish sherry styles. This example from Lustau is the business

Pedro Ximénez grapes are laid out in the sun after picking until they are practically raisins. After that the fermentation starts slowly and its halted to maintain all the natural sugars. The resulting wine ages in for 12 years in contact with the air in Jerez de la Frontera.

Ebony in colour with iodine highlights. The aromas are reminiscent of figs, raisins and dates. Enormously sweet, velvety and soft on the palate, well balanced, with a very long finish.

Try with Cheese, sticky date pudding, chocolate desserts or pour over vanilla ice cream.


13% OFF

ERP $37.99