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Churchill Porto 10 Year Old Tawny 500ml

Rated 94 - This 10-year old blend is unquestionably the finest Tawny Port I have tasted in years. What makes it profound is its complex fragrance...
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Churchill Porto 20 Year Old Tawny 500ml

Rated 91 - The NV 20 Years Old Tawny Port is a field blend bottled (in a 500-milliliter bottle) in July 2015 with 102 grams per liter of residual...
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Churchill White Port NV 500ml

Rated 91 - The NV Dry White Port is a field blend aged for ten years in wood. Although a field blend with typical regional white grapes, I'm told...
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Cockburn Porto 10 Year Old Tawny 500ml

Since 1815, Cockburn's Ports have ben an indispensable part of after-dinner tradition and Cockburns have been instrumental in the development of...
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Quinta Do Vallado Tawny 10 Year 500ml

Rated 91 - Light amber in color, offering delicious, elegant and fresh aromas and flavors of toffee, dried apricot, berry and spice. Finishes with...
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Quinta Do Vallado Tawny 20 Year 500ml

Rated 93 - The 20 Year Old Tawny, bottled in 2013, was aged in very old oak casks and vats. It is an old-vines field blend with residual sugar of...
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Warre Porto Otima 10 Year Old Tawny 500ml

Rated 91 - The Warre's Otima is an aged tawny that manages effortlessly to combine the freshness of a 10-year-old with the dry, cask-aged flavors...

500ml Portugal

Benefiting from both the hot, dry Iberian climate as well as brisk Atlantic winds, Portugal is a perfectly situated country for vineyard cultivation and wine production. With a wine making history which stretches back thousands of years, it comes as little surprise that wine plays an important role in the cultural identity and practices of the country. The Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Greeks and the Romans all had a hand in forming Portugal as an important center for wine production, and over the millennia, this resulted in each region of this beautiful part of Europe producing its own distinctive wines easily identifiable and separate from neighboring Spain's. Today, the varied terroir and climate across Portugal allows a great range of wines to be made each year, from the fresh and dry Vinho Verde wines to the famous and widely drunk fortified Port wines, and many in between.