Vintage Port Collection

  • Quinta da Gaivosa 10 Year Old Tawny Port (89 Points The Wine Advocate)“The NV 10-Year-Old Tawny Port “Quinta da Gaivosa” was bottled in July 2014. Just luscious, this delicious 10-year-old opens with a rush of sugar, but its silky texture and balanced feel is more interesting. It has a fresh and vibrant feel to it. With air, it develops more classic, “old tawny” nuances, hints of caramel and molasses from extended barrel aging, and it seems quite fine. It adds a bit of an herbal nuance and a certain spicy note, making this a remarkably interesting and enticing 10-Year-Old.”Quinta da Gaivosa 20-Year-Old Tawny Port (90 Points Wine Advocate)

    “Its juicy finish is laced with a bit of a brandy nuance, but it is mostly about the freshness and liveliness. On the lighter and laid-back side, it is still laden with charm, finishes with complexity and it is a pleasure to drink. As with all such wines, do not drink it warm. Around 10-12 degrees Celsius will work far better than room temperature.”

     

    Noval 10 Year-Old Tawny Port (Wine Spectator 91 Points)

    ‘Concentrated flavours of dried pear, apricot, cherry, and spice combine into this seamless package. The finish features toffee and orange zest notes, with hints of smoke.’

    Taylor’s 40-Year-Old Tawny (Wine Spectator 95 Points)

    The 40 years of ageing in wood have concentrated this wine almost to an essence, producing intense and complex nutty and spicy aromas and a dense and concentrated palate full of rich mellow flavour. A sublime Port of very great age which shows the old olive-gold hue of its many years in cask. Decades of evaporation have concentrated this extraordinary wine to an exceptional density, with a powerful nose of dried fruit, honey and a touch of spice. Impressions of nutmeg, roasted coffee and an intense nuttiness converge both in the bouquet and on the palate. The wine’s rich, intense, voluptuous, almost viscous texture culminate in a finish of incredible length.

     Cockburn’s Vintage Port 2017 (Wine Spectator 96 Points)  

    Packed with creamed blueberry, açai berry and boysenberry fruit and carried by waves of velvety structure and warm fruitcake notes, this is showy in style, featuring an embedded graphite spine, alluring spice details and a flash of floral nuance through the finish, imparting superior range and length

     Quinta do Noval 2015 Vintage Port (96 Points Wine Advocate)

    “Strongly aromatic, it also has hints of eucalyptus on the nose and/or cistus. Tightening steadily as it aired out, it demonstrated that it has that serious backbone, the firmness, I have come to expect, too. It was much more interesting about three days after it was first opened, sunnier and more expressive. The finish is long and jam-packed with delicious fruit, while the purity of that fruit is remarkable. Between its backbone and the freshness of the year, it should age well. Few will refuse a second glass of this debonair Porto at the moment, but it has a significant upside in the cellar. The fashionable trend these days is to suggest drinking Vintage Port younger and younger, but many will be happier with this around 2030-2035 or so. Admittedly, it is wonderfully delicious now.”

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  • Quinta da Gaivosa 10 Year Old Tawny Port (89 Points The Wine Advocate)
  • Quinta da Gaivosa 20-Year-Old Tawny Port (90 Points Wine Advocate)
  • Noval 10 Year-Old Tawny Port (Wine Spectator 91 Points)
  • Taylor’s 40-Year-Old Tawny (Wine Spectator 95 Points)
  •  Cockburn’s Vintage Port 2017 (Wine Spectator 96 Points)
  •  Quinta do Noval 2015 Vintage Port (96 Points Wine Advocate)

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