Portuguese Wine

The fortified wine port from the Douro Valley in Portugal was created in the 17th century when war with France meant that the United Kingdom had to look elsewhere for its wine. Fortification stabilised the wine and ensured it arrived at the tables of British consumers in good condition. Portugal was only known for port (and, perhaps, latterly, Vinho Verde). However, still wine production has developed very rapidly in the last 30 years; wines of fine quality, made from the wealth of indigenous grape varieties, are being produced and exported from all over Portugal.

6 wines
Old World
20 Year Old Tawny, Dow
Red | Fortified | 19%
Single Bottle
£37.50
price duty paid
Old World
Sercial 10 Year Old Reserva, Barbeito
White | Fortified | 19%
Single Bottle
£35.00
price duty paid
Old World
2017 Cartuxa Colheita Tinto, Eugénio de Almeida
Red | Still | 14%
Case of 6 Bottles
£108.00
price under bond
Old World
1988 Sercial Frasqueira, Barbeito
White | Fortified | 19%
Case of 6 50cl Bottles
£576.00
price under bond
Old World
1985 Vintage Port, Taylor Fladgate
Red | Fortified | 20%
Case of 12 Bottles
£717.00
price duty paid
Old World
2007 Vintage Port, Croft
Red | Fortified | 20%
Case of 6 Bottles
£225.00
price under bond
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