The first and oldest Port house in history, in their 379th year of production.
The lettering on the bottle is still done by hand like they did in the beginning.
Deep inky garnet, highly pigmented, super long staining legs. On the nose: Thick with raisins and liquorice, whiff of citrus, dusty minerals and spice. In the mouth: Good concentration, still has a bit of squeaky tannins, long spicy finish.