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1965 Single Harvest Port Taylor’s Port

Taylor’s extensive cask aged reserves include a collection of very rare and valuable Single Harvest... read more.

Taylor’s extensive cask aged reserves include a collection of very rare and valuable Single Harvest Ports. Not to be confused with Vintage Ports, which age in bottle, Single Harvest Ports are wines of a single year which have been aged in seasoned oak casks. They display the date of the harvest on the label. These wonderfully mellow, complex wines have been aged to full maturity and are ready to drink when bottled. Every year, Taylor’s makes a limited release of a Single Harvest Port made 50 years previously. These are the perfect wines with which to celebrate a 50th anniversary or birthday and are presented in attractive wooden gift boxes. The Taylor’s 1964 Single Harvest Port, released in 2014, is followed by the wonderfully fine and smooth Single Harvest 1965, with its seductive tawny colour, fine complex nose and smooth silky palate. Taylor’s will make further releases of 50 year old Single Harvest Ports in the coming years.

Portugal Douro

Fortified wine Sweet ​Blend

750ml

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Oaked :    Vintage :   1965 Alcohol :   20%

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10 Year Old Tawny Taylor’s Port

Although best known for its legendary Vintage Ports, Taylor’s is also one of the most respected prod... read more.

Although best known for its legendary Vintage Ports, Taylor’s is also one of the most respected producers of 10 Year Old Tawny Port. This style of Port is fully matured in seasoned oak casks each holding about 630 litres of wine. Here, over many years of ageing, the wine gradually takes on its characteristic amber ‘tawny’ colour, slowly developing the complex mellow flavours and the smooth luscious palate which are the hallmarks of Tawny Port. Taylor’s blends its magnificent 10 year old tawny from its extensive reserves of old cask aged Ports matured in the firm’s cool and tranquil cellars (known as ‘lodges’) in Oporto on Portugal’s Atlantic coast. Taylor’s 10 Year Old Tawny is a superb example of the aged tawny style. Mellow and elegant, combining delicate wood notes with rich aromas of mature fruit, it is bottled for immediate drinking. It is the best selling 10 Year Old Aged Tawny Port in the UK. Serving Suggestions: Taylor’s 10 Year Old makes a delicious dessert wine, and combines particularly well with flavours of almonds, berry fruit or dark chocolate. It can also be enjoyed as an accompaniment for rich, blue veined cheeses. It is excellent at the end of the meal, as a crowning moment of an enjoyable evening, served on its own or with a plate of walnuts or roasted almonds. They benefit from being served slightly chilled, particularly in warm weather.

Portugal Douro

Fortified wine Sweet ​Blend

750ml

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Oaked :    Vintage :   2010 Alcohol :   20%

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Vintage Port Taylor’s Port

The winter preceding the 2011 harvest was wetter and colder than the 30-year average. Budburst occur... read more.

The winter preceding the 2011 harvest was wetter and colder than the 30-year average. Budburst occurred as usual mid March and warm weather and rainfall in April produced vigorous growth. At the beginning of May dry conditions set in and there was little rainfall in eastern areas of the Douro until late August. However the vines were able to draw from the plentiful ground water reserves built up during the previous winter and bunches developed and ripened in ideal conditions. Véraison occurred a little earlier than usual on 15th June. Mild weather in June and July was broken only by a heat wave in the second half of June. August was hot and dry, with perfectly timed rainfall on 21st August and 1st September rounding off an excellent ripening season and producing a well balanced crop. Quinta de Vargellas, in the Douro Superior, was the first Taylor property to start harvesting on 10th September. Here as elsewhere the crop showed high sugar levels balanced by excellent acidity. In the Pinhão Valley, harvesting started at Quinta do Junco and the upper part of Quinta de Terra Feita on 14th September and in the lower part of Terra Feita the following day. Fermentations were long, allowing balanced and complete extraction, and musts displayed intense colour and powerful fruit character from the outset.

Portugal Douro

Fortified wine Sweet ​Blend

750ml

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Oaked :    Vintage :   2011 Alcohol :   20%

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Montes Claros Colheita White Adega de Borba

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: After a first selection of the best vineyards, which wer... read more.

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: After a first selection of the best vineyards, which were certified for the production of A.O.C. wines, the grapes maturation was rigorously controlled to the final selection of the best ones during the harvest. In the Adega, they were immediately crushed. After a 12 hours maceration (skins contact) of the must, the alcoholic fermentation occurred in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of 18ºC, and then at the end of winter we proceeded to a stabilization and filtration before bottling. In order to keep all the fruity and young flavours, the wine was bottled under a high anti-oxidative protection. Tasting Notes: Clear appearance, citrine colour similar to ripened lemon. Presence of the intense aroma from the grape variety, notes of yellow fruits with a good level of acidity and tropical fruits. Balanced flavour with a nice sensation of freshness and youth, citrus fruits lingering with elegance in the aftertaste. How to serve: Should be served young, till 3 years. Best served chilled (10-12ºC), as an aperitif, or accompaniment to salads, pizzas, shell-fish or grilled white meats.

Portugal Alentejo

White wine Dry ​Arinto de Bucelas, Roupeiro (Síria), Antão Vaz

750ml

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Vintage :   2015 Alcohol :   13%

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Montes Claros Colheita Red Adega de Borba

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: This wine was made of previously selected grapes from ou... read more.

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: This wine was made of previously selected grapes from our best vineyards to have a rigorous control of their maturation during several months, to select finally the best ones in their best maturation point. At their arrival at the “Adega”, the grapes were immediately crushed. Then, during the first 6 to 10 days of the alcoholic fermentation, this must was left in prolonged contact with the skins. The fermentation process occurred under a controlled temperature of 25º to 28ºC. The wine matured for 12 months in stainless steel vats, and then more 3 months in wooden casks to gain more structure and complexity before bottling. Tasting Notes: Deep garnet coloured. Rich and intense aroma of red fruit and spices. Round and smooth taste with a long finish. How to serve: Best served at room temperature (16-18ºC), as an accompaniment of meat or cheese. Can be served young or until 3-4 years. Production: 100.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo

Red wine Dry ​Aragonês (Tinta Roriz), Syrah (Shiraz), Touriga Nacional

750ml

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Vintage :   2014 Alcohol :   13.5%

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Rótulo De Cortiça White Adega de Borba

Soil: Schist and chalky-clay. Vinification: The white grape varieties recently introduced in Alentej... read more.

Soil: Schist and chalky-clay. Vinification: The white grape varieties recently introduced in Alentejo’s vine population show their greatest potential in this wine and symbolise quality in the region of Borba. Grapes cultivated in vineyards with moderate productivity levels allow us to produce a fresh and balanced wine. The harvest was performed manually during the mornings to achieve the ideal temperature of the grapes as they arrived in the winery. The grapes were transported in small quantities. After the crushing and total destemming of the grapes a slight maceration was performed, after which the pressing, decantation through cold system for 24 hours and alcoholic fermentation followed. 30 % of the wine was then stored in French and American oak barrels at a controlled temperature of 15 ºC. After the ageing, stabilisation and slight filtration the wine was bottled. Tasting Notes: Clear appearance, citric colour. Intense aroma of tropical fruits and vanilla. Velvety flavour, balanced and structured, with notes of lemon and hints of honey and spices. Good balance, long and elegant aftertaste. How to serve: At 10-12 ºC. Recommended to accompany baked fat fish and well-seasoned seafood. This wine can be consumed after bottling, or age for another 5-6 years. Production: 2.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo Alentejo DOC

White wine Dry ​Arinto de Bucelas, Verdelho (Godello), Alvarinho (Albariño)

750ml

Wine Producer

Vintage :   2015 Alcohol :   13%

Wines of Portugal Challenge 2013, Portugal: Premium Gold; Vinalies Internationales China 2013, China: Gold; Vinalies Internationales Paris 2013, France: Silver; International Wine Challenge 2013, UK: Silver; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013, UK: Commended; Challenge International Du Vin 2013, France: Special Prize Alentejo.

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Rótulo De Cortiça Red Adega de Borba

Soil: Chalky-clay and schist. Vinification: Rótulo de Cortiça – one of Adega de Borba’s ex-libris –... read more.

Soil: Chalky-clay and schist. Vinification: Rótulo de Cortiça – one of Adega de Borba’s ex-libris – was produced from the most typical varieties in the Alentejo region, sub-region of Borba. Originating from old vines, the grapes were strictly controlled during the maturation process and harvested in small quantities. After the grapes de-stemming and crushing, the alcoholic fermentation began. It was performed for about 10 to 15 days at a controlled temperature of 24ºC in order to extract the greatest aromas and flavours of the grapes. To increase the poliphenolic complexity, the flavours of the tannins and the wine’s structure, the wine remained in the vat for a post-fermentative maceration process. The malolactic fermentation was then performed in stainless steel vats. In order to increase the wine’s organoleptic characteristics, it aged for 12 months in 3rd and 4th year French oak barrels and wooden barrels. Then wine then aged for another 6 months in the bottle stored in a cellar. Tasting Notes: Clear aspect and ruby colour with red nuances. The aroma is fine and elegant with notes of black fruits, jam and white chocolate. The flavour is soft, with a slight astringency, and balanced. Tannins are fruity, soft and structured. Elegant finish. Best Served: At 16-17ºC. Ideal to accompany red meats cooked in the oven, game or traditional desserts. This wine can be consumed immediately after bottling or it can be stored for at least 10 years. Production: 250.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo Alentejo DOC

Red wine Dry ​Aragonês (Tinta Roriz), Trincadeira (Tinta Amarela), Castelão

750ml

Wine Producer

Oaked :    Vintage :   2013 Alcohol :   13.5%

Portugal Wine Trophy 2015: Gold; Mundus Vini Great International Wine Award 2013, Germany: Silver; Wines of Portugal Challenge 2013, Portugal: Bronze; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013, UK: Bronze; International Wine Challenge 2013, UK: Commended; China Sommeliers Wine Challenge 2012, China: Silver; International Wine Challenge 2012, UK: Bronze; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011, UK: Bronze; Concours Mondial of Bruxelles 2011, Luxembourg: Silver; Vinalies Internationales Paris 2011, Fr

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Adega De Borba Rosé Adega de Borba

Soil: Chalky-clay and schist. Vinification: The grapes were selected from certified vines for the pr... read more.

Soil: Chalky-clay and schist. Vinification: The grapes were selected from certified vines for the production of D.O.C. wines from the sub-region of Borba. The harvest was performed manually during the mornings to achieve the ideal temperature of the grapes as they arrived in the winery. The grapes were then destemmed and slightly crushed, process after which a peculiar maceration was performed in stainless steel vats for 12 hours at a controlled temperature of 10 ºC. After the sangria and slight pressing, the tear must ferments in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of 15 ºC. The stabilisation through the cold method and the final filtration then follow. The wine is immediately bottled to maintain its fruitiness, freshness and persistence in flavour. Tasting Notes: Clear appearance, strong pink colour with hints of red. Good intensity and aromas of black currant and red plums. Flavours of wild fruits, very fresh with bittersweet finish. How to serve: At 8-10 ºC. Pairs well with seafood, fresh grilled fish, white meats. It can also be served as an aperitif. It should be consumed after bottling or within 2-3 years. Production: 50.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo Alentejo DOC

Rose wine Semi dry ​Aragonês (Tinta Roriz), Syrah (Shiraz)

750ml

Wine Producer

Vintage :   2014 Alcohol :   12.5%

Le Mondial du Rosé, France: Silver; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013, UK: Silver; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013, UK: Bronze; International Wine Challenge 2013, UK: Commended; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011, UK: Bronze; Decanter World Wine Awards 2011, UK: Commended.

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Adega De Borba White Adega de Borba

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: For this wine, the grape harvest occurred between the en... read more.

Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Vinification: For this wine, the grape harvest occurred between the end of August and the beginning of September and preferably in the early morning to avoid any risk of oxidation because of the very high temperatures during the summer. In the Adega, after immediate crushing and stemming, the free-run must (must before pressing) clarified for 18 to 24 hours. Then, the alcoholic fermentation occurred at a controlled temperature of 18ºC for 14 days. After a period of stabilization in stainless vats during the autumn and winter, the wine was filtered and then bottled from the end of winter. Tasting Notes: Bright, green-tinged, an intense aroma of tropical and citrus fruit. Smooth, fresh taste with a predominance of lime and persistent finish of citrus fruit. How to serve: Should be served young (2-3 years) and chilled (8-10ºC). A pleasant accompaniment with fish, seafood, white meat, or as a cocktail. Production: 1.000.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo Alentejo DOC

White wine Dry ​Arinto de Bucelas, Antão Vaz, Roupeiro (Síria)

750ml

Wine Producer

Vintage :   2014 Alcohol :   13%

Asia Wine Trophy 2015, South Korea: Gold; Portugal Wine Trophy: Gold; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012, UK: Bronze; Decanter World Wine Awards 2012, UK: Commended.

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Adega De Borba Red Adega de Borba

Vinification: For this wine, the grapes harvest occurred all along the month of September, when the... read more.

Vinification: For this wine, the grapes harvest occurred all along the month of September, when the red grapes reach generally their best maturation point in the region. When the grapes were unloaded in the vinification center, they were immediately crushed. Then, this must entered into an alcoholic fermentation process in stainless steel vats under a controlled temperature of 25ºC. During the first 6 to 10 days of fermentation, the must was also in contact with the grape skins to extract colour, aromas and flavours. Afterwards, the malolactic fermentation process occurred. Finally, the wine reposed and matured its final characteristics for 6 to 12 months in stainless vats before bottling. Soil: Chalky clay and schist. Tasting Notes: Ruby-colored with purple gleams, fine, young and fruity aroma with predominance of forest fruit. Smooth, fresh flavor confirming the forest fruit, which persists on the palate. Should be served young (2-3 years) and at room temperature (16-18ºC). A nice accompaniment for meat and cheese. Production: 2.000.000 bottles.

Portugal Alentejo Alentejo DOC

Red wine Dry ​Trincadeira (Tinta Amarela), Aragonês (Tinta Roriz), Alicante Henri Bouschet

750ml

Wine Producer

Vintage :   2014 Alcohol :   13.5%

Portugal Wine Trophy 2015, Portugal: Gold; Berliner Wein Trophy 2014, Germany: Gold; Decanter World Wine Awards 2013, United Kingdom: Bronze; International Wine Challenge 2013, UK: Bronze; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013, UK: Bronze; International Wine & Spirit Competition 2012, UK: Bronze; Decanter World Wine Awards 2012, UK: Commended.

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