1953 Wine and Port Vintage

Italian: 1953 wine vintage was generally an excellent year for Italian wine as it was for other regions throughout Europe.
Bordeaux: 1953 wine from Bordeaux: Another strong candidate for Bordeaux vintage of the century. The 1953 wines which are sumptuous and rich have always been exalted highly by critics. The 1953 vintage reached its peak in the 1970s and is now declining slowly. The wines are still very drinkable and will last many more years.
Vintage Port: 1953 Vintage Port: Not a declared year. A 60 year old Colhieta port makes an excellent gift to celebrate an anniversary or to mark a special occasion like a 1953 vintage birthday.

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Malvasia, 1953

di Cagliari, Renato Zedda - Riserva

Malvasia (also known as Malvazia) is a group of wine grape varieties grown historically in the Mediterranean and the island of Madeira, but now grown in many of the winemaking regions of the world. This rare Sardinian dessert wine offers nutty, toffee-like properties, with flavors of dried dates, figs, apricots, almonds and burnt sugar, with a mineral backbone. Excellent accompaniment to rich desserts such as coffee cake, chocolate mousse, fruit and nut cake. Try pairing it with rich and creamy Roquefort or Stilton.
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Price: £159.00
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Baron de Lustrac, 1953

Armagnac 1953 Vintage (Comes in original Lustrac Box as illustrated)

Armagnac is a grape brandy from the Gascony region of South-Western France. Its closest relative is cognac, another grape brandy from an appellation located about 100 miles north of Armagnac. Armagnac even though it is related to and often confused with cognac, armagnac is very different with regards to its grapes, terroir, distillation, élevage, blending, aromas, tastes and textures. In truth, France's two finest brandies made from wine are not very much alike at all.

Armagnac pre-dates cognac by about 150 years but never achieved the widespread sales figures that its relatives in the Charente obtained.
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Price: £465.00
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Carinena, 1953

Mosen Cleto - Suso Perez

Cariñena is a Spanish Denominación de Origen (DO) for wines located in Cariñena, Aragón, Spain. It is one of the oldest protected growing areas in Europe, the DO having been created in 1932. Cariñena vineyards are located near the centre of Aragón, about 50 km southwest of Zaragoza, on a plateau known as the Campo de Cariñena. The lower vineyards lie at an altitude of 400 m, rising to 800 m as they approach the Sierra de la Virgen mountains. The savoury red wines of Spain are brooding and complex. They are typically a little lighter than a California Cabernet, but richer and fuller than a Pinot Noir.
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Price: £119.00
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Chateau Lynch-Bages, 1953

Pauillac 5me Cru Classe (Low Shoulder fill, Special Offer Was £395, now £199- Sold as a novelty from the 1953 Bordeaux vintage/ excluded from our guarantee)

Deep purple red. Depth of blackcurrant cabernet on the nose. Expressive fruit on the palate. Good length, balance and soft tannins. A great mature wine with an exelent bouquet.
Lynch-Bages enjoyed a glorious decade of the fifties, producing superlative wines such as in 1953.
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Price: £199.00
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Chateau Mouton Rothschild, 1953

Pauillac Grand Cru Classe very high shoulder good label

*** 100 Points Wine Journal ***

*** 95 Points Robert Parker ***

I remember a friend of mine decanting a magnum of the 1953 and sticking it under my nose to share with me the incredible bouquet. In addition to the exotic aromas of soy sauce, new saddle leather, cassis, herbs, and spices, the 1953 offers a deep ruby color with some amber at the edge. Sweet and fat, with voluptuously-textured fruit, this low acid wine has no noticeable tannin. While it may be living dangerously, it is a decadent treat if it is drunk immediately after decanting. Parker Wine Advocate 1994.

A mahogany core with tawny rim.
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Price: £2195.00
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