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2021 Douro Prazo de Roriz Quinta de Roriz Prats & Symington

2021 Douro Prazo de Roriz Quinta de Roriz Prats & Symington

The application of Bordeaux winemaking methods to grapes traditionally destined for the production of vintage Port is the essence of this exciting project between the Prats family (formerly owners of Château Cos d'Estournel in Bordeaux) and the eminent Symington family of Porto and the Douro Valley (and now other parts) of Portugal. Prazo de Roriz is produce of a neo‑classical mingling of 30% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz, 15% Tinta Barroca, 15% Touriga Franca and 20% Preto Misto (aka 'mixed black') varietals typical of the Douro River Valley hand‑harvested from the vineyards of Quinta de Roriz and Quinta da Perdiz. Quinta de Roriz is situated in a natural amphitheatre facing north on the banks of the Douro. Its mineral‑rich, schistous soils give highly aromatic wine of red‑fruited, mineral‑driven character. Quinta da Perdiz lies on a steep gradient on the other side of the same mountain in the relatively closed‑in Rio Torto Valley and produces ripe, soft, velvety wines from this warmer climate. The fruit is hand‑harvested. The wine spends 6 months in 400 litre French oak barrels prior to bottling and eventual release. Altogether, Prazo de Roriz is an exceptional Douro Valley red wine: lovely saturated ruby red with purple reflections, decidedly red‑fruited with aromas suggestive of a mixture of taut wild berries, cherry, cacao, baking spices, grape pomace, a hint of esteva (rock‑rose) and the schistous soils themselves; pure and seamless onto the tongue, taut red berry fruit, a pleasing and wholly refreshing tartness and reminiscence of freshly harvested berries; and, even more and better with air. This is year‑in year‑out our winebuyer's favorite everyday red wine.

$14.99 the bottle  $152.88 the case



2021 Clarete Negra Mole Vinho Regional Algarve Morgado do Quintão

2021 Clarete Negra Mole Vinho Regional Algarve Morgado do Quintão

From the Algarve, Portugal with all apparent and attendant love; produce of 100% Negra Mole fruit from 40+ year old vines planted to iron-rich sandy loess mixed with limestone (known locally as arenitos) at 250+ feet above sea level, with the cool maritime influence of the Atlantic Ocean only some 5 miles away and warmed by the Levante winds from Africa. The fruit is harvested by hand into small 20 kilogram crates, crushed gently by foot before undergoing a pre-fermentation maceration for 5 days. It is then fermented slow and cool in stainless steel and aged for 10 months prior to bottling. Oh so translucent ruby at the core to garnet/ruby/fuchsia toward the edges with alluring fragrance suggestive of cherry and wild strawberry, prickly pear, rose petals/rose hips and notions of damp earth; Pinot Noir or Grenache-like supple and silky on the tongue (the wine takes on more volume and breadth with air) but with an underlying nerve and fine granular tannins that keep things balanced and energized. Vinho muito delicioso do Algarve, Portugal. To be sure, we find this a most unique and delicious wine sure to appeal to lovers of more delicate southern Rhône Valley wines, Burgundy, Etna et al.

$32.50 the bottle  $165.78 the case



2022 Dão Branco Encruzado Quinta das Marias

2022 Dão Branco Encruzado Quinta das Marias

Produce of 100% Encruzado grapes grown in the Dão about an hour's drive almost due south of the heart of the Douro. Encruzado yields a wine that when, as in this case, is well-made can perform much like a fine white Burgundy and, yet, there is a more tactile quality and a breadth to be enjoyed (even moreso with bottle age) that perhaps Chardonnay (anywhere near this wine in price) is more hard-pressed to give. Discreet aromas that hint at citrus flower, lemon peel and pith, white peppercorn and stone; at once both full and mineral crisp on the palate with impressive intensity of flavor and breadth and outright power in reserve; one can easily sense the benefit of aging a bit of this a good bit longer but, then, all of a sudden, we find the bottle is already empty.

$17.50 the bottle  $178.56 the case



2019 Dão Branco Encruzado Quinta das Marias

2019 Dão Tinto Lote Quinta das Marias

Produce of a typical Dão blend (Lote means blend or batch in Português) of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz (Tempranillo), Jaen (Mencía) and Alfrocheiro; rich almost sanguine ruby red in color with an old world allure and vinosidade what with aromas at once both resinous and floral and suggestion of spiced plum and plump berries hanging above an arid vineyard floor at the peak of season; sophisticated and smooth, fully dry, but still country onto the tongue with both complexity and generosity of flavor and an embracing warmth on the finish.

$17.50 the bottle  $178.56 the case



2022 Nortico Alavarinho Vinho Regional Minho

2022 Nortico Alavarinho Vinho Regional Minho

Produce of 100% Alvarinho (aka Albariño in España) fruit from the "garden vineyards" planted to granitic soils on the southern banks of the river Minho in far northern Portugal (across from Galicia in northwestern Spain); rather immediate aromas suggestive of wine-moistened stone, flowers and orchard fruits like peach and apple (Darcie noted honeysuckle and fresh green herbal qualities); crisp, mineral tang on the tongue and then a gentler redondeza and salt-sea salinity (the Atlantic is a beautiful thing indeed from this perspective), finishing innervating and fresh and just begging another pull. This one will compliment both the freshest catch or the finest tin of Iberian conservas and is so highly recommended to beat the typical Texas heat.

$14.99 the bottle  $152.88 the case



2021 Douro Branco Vale do Bomfim Dow

2021 Douro Branco Vale do Bomfim Dow

A new white wine bottling by the Symington Family and the House of Dow from the Douro River valley of Portugal, a blend of soon sure to be household names in white wine grape varieties: 45% Malvasia Fina, 25% Rabigato, 20% Viosinho and 10% Arinto grown in higher elevation sites that give freshness and acidity to the eventual wines. It may be that the Malvasia Fina dominates the initial aromatic impression giving suggestion of mildly exotic citrus the likes of kumquat or bergamot orange along with quince and uma mistura de flores (Symington themselves suggest apricot, peach and pineapple with some subtle honeysuckle fragrance in the background); ample and rounded on the tongue, a tactile white wine, to be sure, but with an engaging freshness and zing and not insignificant mouthwateringly saline quality that quite simply titilates the tastebuds. Our winebuyer has noted that the Douro Valley can seemingly successfully grow most anything it chooses. It is, just the same, thrilling that one of our favorite sources for fine dry red table wines (and, of course, Porto) can also produce such delicious, fresh and so clearly useful a dry white wine. Olé !

$11.99 the bottle  $122.28 the case



2020 Douro Tinto Vale do Bomfim Dow

2020 Douro Tinto Vale do Bomfim Dow

From Douro Valley vineyards of the Symington family in northern Portugal, including the Quinta do Bomfim and Quinta da Senhora da Ribeira, which have traditionally supplied the famed Porto House of Dow. Vale do Bomfim represents a new style of table wine from the Upper Douro Valley, where the region's wealth of grape varieties, mature vineyards and modern winemaking have been successfully combined. Produce of 40% Touriga Nacional, 30% Tinta Roriz, 20% Touriga Franca and 10% Tinta Barroca, hand‑selected and vinified at the Quinta do Sol, among the most modern winemaking facilities in Portugal; deep dark ruby in color with plump ripe red and dark berry aromas (one can almost sense the ripening clusters of grapes hanging in the vineyard just prior to harvest) along with suggestion of the lifted floral/resinous scent of the rock rose (known as Esteva in the Douro) and underpinned by the schistous vineyard floor itself; supple on entry, just this side of velvety in texture, medium to just medium‑full in body with a certain vibrancy and balancing edge of fruity acidity with just the gentlest tannins lending structure; then, long on flavor, fresh and mouthwatering to the finish. Among our best-selling popularly-priced red wines for years now and getting even better as the vintages roll by.

$11.99 the bottle  $122.28 the case



2019 Douro Duas Quintas Ramos-Pinto

2019 Douro Duas Quintas Ramos-Pinto

Produce of 51% Touriga Nacional, 26% Touriga Franca and 23% other traditional Douro varieties harvested from the Quinta de Ervamoira and Quinta dos Bons Ares vineyards. The grapes are harvested by hand into 150 kg bins, then fermented in a combination of granite lagares, large oak, concrete and stainless steel vats. After malolactic fermentation, 20% of the wine is aged in French oak barrels, 30% in large oak and the remainder in stainless steel for about 12 months. Saturated ruby/purple in color with suggestion of fleshy ripe wild berry and plum along with notions of baking spices and dusty summer sun-baked schistous soils; ample, just rich in texture on the palate, demonstrating balance with nicely resolved tannins holding everything in shape good and long on the flavorful, slow‑melting, mouthwatering finish. And, simply splendid value at its modest price.

$13.75 the bottle  $140.28 the case



2019 Douro Casa Ferreirinha Esteva

2019 Douro Casa Ferreirinha Esteva

«Esteva» in Portuguese translates to «rock rose» in English, which some insiders suggest also informs the aroma of fine Douro wine. Casa Ferreirinha Esteva Douro is produce of a typical Douro mingling of Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Franca and Touriga Nacional, hand‑harvested and vinified at the winery of Quinta do Seixo. After soft destemming and crushing, the grapes were fermented in stainless steel vats with gentle maceration by means of pumping over at a temperature of 25°C preserving the grapey aromas. The wine spent the cool of winter at Quinta do Seixo in stainless steel and subject to low natural temperatures, which contributed to their natural clarification. Here and now, the wine is a lovely bright ruby in color with glints of a purple; grapey pomacey aromas implore one to dive on in, there's a hint of salinity as well and old‑fashioned № 2 pencil shavings insinuate the mineral rich soils in which the wine is grown; at once delightfully full and fruity and light on its feet with a fine edge of chalky tannins that keep things moving along crisp and fresh.

$12.99 the bottle  $132.48 the case



2011 Douro Barca Velha Casa Ferreirinha

2011 Douro Barca Velha Casa Ferreirinha

Terrific structure, depth of colour and flavour articulate an outstanding year. Great warp and weft of ripe fruit (blackberry, strawberry, plum, dried fig and jam) and signature savoury roast chestnut, smoky clove and leather notes, with hints of bergamot and white flowers. Unerring acidity and impeccably judged iron-filing tannins underpin and fan the flavours. Exceptionally long, retro-nasal finish. Prodigious. Drink 2021‑2045. Rated 98. - Sarah Ahmed, decanter.com March, 2021

$625.00 the bottle  $1,593.75 the case of 3



2018 Alentejo Portalegre Quinta da Fonte Souto

2018 Alentejo Portalegre Quinta da Fonte Souto

A nice, seductive wine, with a velvety-textured core of warmed cherry and plum puree, backed by singed vanilla and a subtle sanguine thread on the finish. Delivers a late flicker of violet. Syrah, Alicante Bouschet and Alfrocheiro. Drink now through 2024. 2,469 cases made, 250 cases imported. Rated 90. - James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, December, 2021

$22.50 the bottle  $114.78 the case of 6



2018 Alentejo Alfrocheiro Sierra de São Mamede Quinta da Fonte Souto

2019 Alentejo Alfrocheiro Sierra de São Mamede Quinta da Fonte Souto

Of uncertain origin, the grape Alfrocheiro appeared in the early part of the last century in Portugal and is valued for its adaptability and for producing structured, deep‑colored wines. This Alfrocheiro of Quinta da Fonte Souto embodies all of the strengths of the property’s unique terroir: the freshness and balance afforded by elevation and the complexity and structure provided by mature, low‑yielding vines. Produce of 100% Alfrocheiro fruit sourced from two of its highest vineyards (at just over 500 metros, that's 1,640 feet in elevation) and not at all far beyond which lies the border with España, about 80% of the blend was aged 11 months in 2nd‑year 400‑litre French oak barrels. Deep, midnight ruby/purple in color with unique aromatic qualities that at once suggest the vinosity/complexity of the old world but the richness of new world fruit what with aspects of stony schistous soils and vibrant fresh fermentive scents of dark berries and spice (Symingtom themselves also note the influence of the nearby forest); plush and rich on entry, almost completely enveloping the palate, holding its shape well with gentle but present "peppery" tannins and berryish acidity and a warmth, a generosity, a persistence and freshness of flavor long on the finish. More rock solid evidence of the Alentejo advancing, amplifying, augmenting … The Alentejo is on the rise!

$35.00 the bottle  $178.50 the case of 6



2019 Douro Vinha Grande Casa Ferreirinha

2019 Douro Vinha Grande Casa Ferreirinha

Produce of Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca fruit vinified at Quinta do Seixo in Cima Corgo and Quinta da Leda in the Douro Superior: lovely deep midnight ruby in color with deep‑ pitched and complex old‑world aromas suggesting vinosity itself what with fermentive tarry dried berry and ripe plummy fruit, licorice, vanilla, cedar and tobacco; cool, ripe spicy fruit on entry; almost velvety in texture with ample round tannins delivering fine intense complex almost resinous flavors that resonate long and warm on the finish. In our humble estimation, this wine delivers what its name might reasonably imply — from great vines, uma grande bebida de vinho tinto (a great drink of red wine, that is).

$19.99 the bottle  $203.88 the case



Miles 10 Year Old Rich Malmsey Madeira

Miles 10 Year Old Rich Malmsey Madeira

Limpid amber/mahogany in color with aromas an oblique suggestion of roasted fruit (singed raisined Malvasia berries, really; Andrea noted dried apricot and orange blossom, as well), old wood, old leather, caramel, the scent of time passing/the scent of a time gone by, oh dear, one could spend all the moments of the late evening just nosing this; silken on entry onto the tongue, then, demonstrating more impact and warmth and concentration of flavor; even the intense heat of an Atlantic summer (or Texas summer, for that matter) leaves this wine unperturbed. How best to enjoy such? Well … this is a contemplative wine, for sure. So, to quote Supertramp, even in the quietest moments, yes, especially in the quietest, most contemplative moments or, perhaps, following the evening meal, with a bit of Queijo Serra da Estrela and a spot of marmelo alongside Marcona almonds or walnuts. Saboroso! Regularly $32.50 the bottle, on sale now at:

$24.99 the bottle



Graham’s Six Grapes Reserve Porto

Graham’s Six Grapes Reserve Porto

In the Graham's cellars the depiction of bunches of grapes on the cask ends has been used to signify a wine of Vintage Porto quality. Amongst these, six bunches denote the darkest and most full-bodied of such wines. One of Graham’s original Porto blends, Six Grapes is a true expression of the Graham’s house style with great richness and complexity — Graham's themselves refer to it as «everyday Porto for the lover of full-on Vintage Porto». Midnight ruby red in color with very primary aromas of ripe plum, prune, cherry, grape pomace, dried fig, tea leaf, bergamot, anise, cracked pepper, whoo, we could go on; rich, voluptuous even, on the tongue, then shows its warming grip with structure from velvety tannins; invigorating, fortifying, flavorful to the finish. And, a steal at the price!

$22.50 the bottle  $229.56 the case



2017 Dow's Late Bottled Vintage Porto

2017 Dow's Late Bottled Vintage Porto

Produce of Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional, Sousão, Tinta Barroca and Tinta Roriz fruit from Dow's Quinta do Bomfim and Quinta da Senhora da Ribeira vineyards. Dense, midnight ruby in color alluring spiced plum and dark berry fruit served up on a backdrop of firm schistous soils and a touch of petrichor with a freshening hint of mint and alcaçuz; cool on entry, full in body with power and presence on the tongue and firm chewy tannins (Dow themselves refer to them as "peppery") lending structure and balancing the characteristic minimal sweetness of the house of Dow, finishing with notions of semi-dried wild berries and plums in brandy; wholly satisfying, fully fortifying Porto.

$24.99 the bottle  $254.88 the case



2015 Cockburn's Vintage Porto

2015 Cockburn's Vintage Porto

Blend dominated by Touriga Franca (41%) and Touriga Nacional (37%). Mainly picked eight days after the mid-September rain: initially deep, ripe and dense on the nose, opening up to reveal a scented berry fruit bouquet. Lovely plum and berry fruit on the palate supported by fine-grained, gravelly tannins and a long, structured finish. Combines depth and finesse in equal measure. Drink 2030‑2050. Rated 96. - Richard Mayson, decanter.com January, 2018.

$80.00 the bottle  $408.00 the case



2016 Dow's Vintage Porto

2016 Dow's Vintage Porto

The 2016 Dow’s Vintage Port is based around the Vinha dos Ecos vineyard behind Bomfim, populated predominantly by mature Touriga Franca vines that were cropped at just 0.68kg per vine. It has a quite astonishing bouquet with layer upon layer of intense black cherry and cassis fruit, touches of clove, leather and a hint of over-ripe Satsuma. This is a mercurial bouquet that keeps changing in the glass, revealing smoky/burning ember scents with time. The palate is quite magnificent – perfectly balanced with a killer thread of acidity slicing through such pure intense black fruit that there is no heaviness at all. There is a sense of thrust on the finish as it fans out with almost careless abandon, a Vintage Port so self-assured that you can only sit back in amazement. Simply one of the best Dow’s ever made. Drink 2030‑2086. Rated 98. - Neal Martin, vinous.com June, 2018. Regularly $112.50 the bottle, on sale now at:

$80.00 the bottle



2016 Graham's Vintage Porto

2016 Graham's Vintage Porto

This offers a distilled plum and boysenberry essence, with a racy feel, as spearmint and graphite notes drive through. As the finish kicks in, this turns toward the dark side, with ganache, charcoal and tar elements. Has the showy ripeness of the vintage but is backed by a decidedly dry feel on the finish, imparting a sense of precision despite the heft. Best from 2030 through 2055. 6,325 cases made, 3,000 cases imported. Rated 98. - James Molesworth, winespectator.com December 31, 2018

$112.50 the bottle  $573.78 the case of 6



1994 Graham's Vintage Porto

1994 Graham's Vintage Porto

In a port tasting, tasting Graham's is almost like tasting a big, rich, succulent Merlot after a group of blockbuster, tannic Cabernets. Sweeter and more obvious than many ports, the opaque purple-colored 1994 is fruity, powerful, and rich, with an addictive hedonistic quality. It will be ready to drink in 8-10 years and keep for up to 30. As always, this is a showy, flamboyant port that has the advantage of being slightly sweeter than other 1994s. A great Graham's. Drink: 2002-2035. Rated 96. - Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate Issue 107, October, 1996

$125.00 the bottle  $637.50 the case of 6



Dow's Boardroom Reserve Tawny Porto

Dow's Boardroom Reserve Tawny Porto

Dow’s Boardroom is a blend of fine Tawny Porto wines carefully selected from some of Dow’s top vineyards in the Upper Douro Valley. The grapes are hand harvested in the fall and fermented for a short period of time before the addition of 100% grape neutral spirits. This step arrests the fermentation, preserves the wine’s natural grape sugars and gives it its unique rich and compelling flavors. This is, to be sure, a somewhat more fresh version of tawny Porto, ruby/garnet in color at the core to just tawny at the edges with aromas suggesting raisined fruit gently fortified with grape spirit, candied orange peel, the resinous stem of the rock rose; slips gently, sweetly onto the tongue, warming, not at all overpowering, tantalizing and complex.

$32.50 the bottle



Taylor Fladgate 10 Year Old Tawny Porto

Taylor Fladgate 10 Year Old Tawny Porto

This is a lovely, if seemingly youthful, 10 year tawny, translucent garnet at the core in color to just sunset brickish orange-red at the edges with complex aromas suggestive of crystallized red and blue fruits, rhubarb, walnut, almond, all underpinned with a most welcome hint of the spirit that captured the fermentation in the first place; the texture is a very satisfying rich and silky with long, long flavors that conjure caramel, nuts and crisp dried red fruits with vivid nerve of ultra-fine tannins and the spirit itself serving as foundation. A much to be savored tender sweet kiss of a bevy goodnight.

$32.50 the bottle



Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 20 Years

Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 20 Years

While vintage Porto is bottled some 18 months following the vintage, Tawny Porto is aged almost entirely in cask, during this process throwing off its dark purple color in favor of a more "tawny" hue, leaving its sediments in cask rather than in the bottle, it's once grapey, plummy fruit transformed into something far more complex and, frankly, sublime — a veritable cornucopia of aromatic richness — bitter almond, caramel, walnut, citrus peel, raisin, prune, dried berry and cherry and perhaps a hint of brandy by campfire; oh so silken-textured, at once voluptuous and fiery, challenging and satisfying, with deliciously complex flavors that somehow so discreetly reprise those first highly suggestive aromas. Absolutely superb!

$62.50 the bottle


All bottles are 750ml in size and all cases are of 12/750ml bottles unless otherwise indicated. All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.


More Table Wine From Portugal

Pack Size Vintage Producer Key Producer Description Bottle
6 750 2021 Fonte Souto, Quinta da Quinta da Fonte Souto Alentejo Branco Portalegre Vinha do Souto $23.75
6 750 2019 Fonte Souto, Quinta da Quinta da Fonte Souto Alentejo Tinto Alfrocheiro $35.00
6 750 2018 Fonte Souto, Quinta da Quinta da Fonte Souto Alentejo Tinto Portalegre $22.50
3 750 2017 Fonte Souto, Quinta da Quinta da Fonte Souto Alentejo Tinto Portalegre Vinha do Souto $57.50
12 750 2022 Morgado do Quintao Morgado do Quintao Algarve Clarete Negra Mole $32.50
12 750 2019 Rocim, Herdade do Herdade do Rocim Vinho Regional Alentejano Alicante Bouschet $28.75
12 750 2020 Rocim, Herdade do Herdade do Rocim Alentejo Tinto Amphora $24.99
6 750 2019 Niepoort Niepoort Bairrada Lagar de Baixo Tinto $35.00
6 500 1999 Boullosa, Casa Manoel Casa Manoel Boullosa Carcavelos Vinho Generoso Quinta dos Pesos $37.50
12 750 2022 Marias, Quinta das Quinta das Marias Dão Branco Encruzado $17.50
12 750 2019 Marias, Quinta das Quinta das Marias Dão Tinto Lote $17.50
12 750 2019 Marias, Quinta das Quinta das Marias Dão Tinto Reserva Cuvée TT $24.99
12 750 2020 Marias, Quinta das Quinta das Marias Dão Tinto Alfrocheiro $29.99
12 750 2018 Niepoort Niepoort Dão Tinto Rótulo $22.50
12 750 2020 Dow Dow Douro Vale do Bomfim $11.99
12 750 2021 Dow Dow Douro Vale do Bomfim Branco $11.99
3 750 2011 Ferreirinha, Casa Casa Ferreirinha Douro Barca-Velha $625.00
12 750 2021 Maçanita Vinhos Maçanita Vinhos Douro Letra F $42.50
12 750 2019 Ferreirinha, Casa Casa Ferreirinha Douro Esteva $12.99
6 750 2018 Ferreirinha, Casa Casa Ferreirinha Douro Quinta da Leda $75.00
6 750 2017 Ferreirinha, Casa Casa Ferreirinha Douro Quinta da Leda $75.00
12 750 2020 Niepoort Niepoort Douro Tinto Twisted $19.99
12 750 2019 Ramos Pinto Ramos Pinto Douro Tinto Duas Quintas $13.75
12 750 2019 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Douro Comboio do Vesuvio $22.50
6 750 2019 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Douro Pombal do Vesuvio $29.99
12 750 2019 Ferreirinha, Casa Casa Ferreirinha Douro Vinha Grande $19.99
12 750 2022 Niepoort Niepoort Vinho Verde Loureiro Dócil $22.50
6 750 2016 Pato, Luis Luis Pato Vinho Regional Beira Atlantico Vinhas Atlantico Vinhas Velhas Baga $29.99
12 750 2022 Nortico Nortico Vinho Regional Minho Alvarinho $14.99
12 750 2018 Pellada, Quinta da Quinta da Pellada Dão Quinta de Saes $19.99
12 750 2021 Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Douro Prazo de Roriz $14.99
6 750 2020 Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Douro Post Scriptum $22.50
6 750 2019 Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Prats & Symington Quinta de Roriz Douro Chryseia $100.00

All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.


More Porto

Pack Size Vintage Producer Key Producer Description Bottle
6 750 2016 Cockburn's Cockburn's Vintage Porto $82.50
6 750 2015 Cockburn's Cockburn's Vintage Porto $80.00
6 750 2011 Cockburn's Cockburn's Vintage Porto $77.50
6 750 2005 Cockburn's Cockburn's Vintage Porto Quinta dos Canais $50.00
12 750   Croft Croft Distinction Special Reserve Porto $17.50
6 750 2017 Croft Croft Vintage Porto $87.50
12 750   Dow's Dow's Fine White Porto $16.25
12 750 2017 Dow's Dow's Late Bottled Vintage Porto $24.99
12 750   Dow's Dow's Tawny Porto Reserve Boardroom $32.50
6 750 2016 Dow's Dow's Vintage Porto $112.50
6 750 1994 Dow's Dow's Vintage Porto $100.00
6 750 2015 Dow's Dow's Vintage Porto Quinta Senhora da Ribeira $75.00
6 750 2009 Dow's Dow's Vintage Porto Quinta Senhora da Ribeira $75.00
12 750   Fonseca Fonseca Tawny Porto 10 Year $32.50
12 750   Fonseca Fonseca Tawny Porto 20 Year $55.00
12 750   Fonseca Fonseca Porto Bin № 27 Finest Reserve $17.50
6 750 2017 Fonseca Fonseca Vintage Porto $107.50
6 750 2016 Fonseca Fonseca Vintage Porto $107.50
12 750 2017 Graham's Graham's Late Bottled Vintage Porto $28.75
12 750   Graham's Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Porto $22.50
6 750   Graham's Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 10 Years $37.50
6 750   Graham's Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 20 Years $57.50
6 750   Graham's Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 30 Years $147.50
6 750   Graham's Graham's Tawny Porto Aged 40 Years $212.50
6 750 2016 Graham's Graham's Vintage Porto $112.50
6 750 1994 Graham's Graham's Vintage Porto $125.00
6 750 2010 Graham's Graham's Vintage Porto Quinta dos Malvedos $75.00
6 750 2009 Graham's Graham's Vintage Porto Quinta dos Malvedos $67.50
12 750   Kopke Kopke Tawny Porto 10 Year Old $32.50
6 750 2018 Niepoort Niepoort Late Bottled Vintage Porto $27.50
12 750 2016 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Late Bottled Vintage Porto Single Vineyard $28.75
3 750 2007 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Tawny Porto Colheita $87.50
6 750 2019 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto $107.50
6 750 2018 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto $100.00
6 750 2017 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto $112.50
6 750 2016 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto $112.50
3 750 2019 Noval, Quinta do Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto Nacional $1,075.00
6 750 2017 Ramos Pinto Ramos Pinto RP.LBV Late Bottled Vintage Porto $37.50
6 750   Ramos Pinto Ramos Pinto Quinta de Ervamoira 10 Year Old Tawny Porto $37.50
6 750 2016 Roriz, Quinta de Quinta de Roriz Vintage Porto $67.50
12 750 2015 Sandeman Sandeman Vintage Porto Quinta do Seixo $50.00
12 750 2017 Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Late Bottled Vintage Porto $23.75
12 750   Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Tawny Porto 10 Year Old $32.50
12 750   Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Tawny Porto 20 Year Old $55.00
12 750   Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Tawny Porto 30 Year Old $137.50
12 750   Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Tawny Porto 40 Year Old $225.00
6 750 2018 Taylor Fladgate Taylor Fladgate Vintage Porto $107.50
3 375 1994 Taylor Fladgate & Fonseca Taylor Fladgate & Fonseca Vintage Porto Limited Release (2 bottle pack, 1/375ml bottle each) $275.00
6 750 2016 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto $87.50
3 750 2016 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto Capela da Vesuvio $175.00
6 750 2013 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto $75.00
6 750 2011 Vesuvio, Quinta do Quinta do Vesuvio Vintage Porto $75.00
12 750   Warre's Warre's Tawny Porto King's $16.25
6 500   Warre's Warre's Tawny Porto Otima 10 Year Old $27.50
6 500   Warre's Warre's Tawny Porto Otima 20 Year Old $42.50
6 750 2016 Warre's Warre's Vintage Porto $92.50
6 750 2011 Warre's Warre's Vintage Porto $80.00
6 750 2007 Warre's Warre's Vintage Porto $75.00
12 750   Warre's Warre's Finest Reserve Porto Warrior $16.25

All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.


More Madeira

Pack Size Vintage Producer Key Producer Description Bottle
6 750   Barbeito, Vinhos Vinhos Barbeito Madeira The Rare Wine Co. Historic Series Boston Bual Special Reserve $62.50
6 750   Barbeito, Vinhos Vinhos Barbeito Madeira The Rare Wine Co. Historic Series Charleston Sercial Special Reserve $62.50
6 750   Barbeito, Vinhos Vinhos Barbeito Madeira The Rare Wine Co. Historic Series New York Malmsey Special Reserve $62.50
6 750   Barbeito, Vinhos Vinhos Barbeito Madeira The Rare Wine Co. Historic Series Savannah Verdelho Special Reserve $62.50
12 750   Blandy's Blandy's Madeira Rainwater Medium Dry $17.50
12 750   Blandy's Blandy's Madeira Rich Malmsey Aged 5 Years $24.99
12 500   Blandy's Blandy's Madeira Rich Malmsey 10 Year Old $29.99
12 750   Blandy's Blandy's Madeira Sercial Aged 5 Years $29.99
12 750   Broadbent Broadbent Madeira Rainwater Medium Dry $19.99
12 750   Henriques & Henriques Henriques & Henriques Madeira 5 Year Vinho Generoso Doce Tinta Negra $21.25
12 750   Miles Miles Madeira Rich Malmsey 10 Year Old $32.50

All orders subject to confirmation. All wines subject to prior sale.

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