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Quinta do Noval Port, 1955

Vintage Port (unlabelled embossed capsules very top shoulder )

"Red mahogany in colour, 30% opaque. Gentle on the nose, with a pleasant and mildly fruity smell. Modest entry, with modest levels of fruit and a gentle acidic structure. Aeration brings out more fruit. Warm and pleasant afrertaste, full of orange peel and with a lingering finish. 86/100. Was significantly better a day later when it had put on substantial weight." Review on The Port Forum
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Price: $496.06 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock

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Quinta do Noval Port, 1955

Vintage Port

"Red mahogany in colour, 30% opaque. Gentle on the nose, with a pleasant and mildly fruity smell. Modest entry, with modest levels of fruit and a gentle acidic structure. Aeration brings out more fruit. Warm and pleasant afrertaste, full of orange peel and with a lingering finish. 86/100. Was significantly better a day later when it had put on substantial weight." Review on The Port Forum
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Price: $496.06 USD
Stock: 14 in Stock

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Real Vinicola, 1955

Vintage Port

This 1955 vintage port from Real Vinicola is a real rarity. The colour of barley sugar. A faint smell of caramel on the nose. Quite thick and sweet in the mouth. Lots of barley sugar, brown sugar and burnt toffee over the top of bitter orange. Very pleasant.

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Price: $359.30 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Rebello Valente Vintage Port, 1955

Vintage Port

A rare 1955 port wine with delicate aromas of red cherry, dried fig and cinnamon and clove spice. On the palate it is sweet with a smooth mouthfeel and long finish.
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Price: $491.09 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Spratley, 1955

Vintage Port

Produced and bottled by the Companhia Geral da Agricultura das Vinhas do Alto Douro (Real Companhia Velha) exclusively for Spratley & CIA.
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Price: $341.90 USD
Stock: 5 in Stock

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Taylor's Port, 1955

Vintage Port (Unlabelled Label, Vintage on Capsule)

"An opage blockbuster when young, astringent and unready up until the early 1980's. In the early 1990's still fairly deep coloured; a vast, deep, high-toned, spicy nose, fairly sweet, full bodied packed with fruit extract and tannin and acidity.." Marcus Bent ****
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Price: $553.25 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Taylor's Port, 1955

Vintage Port
Unlabelled | Embossed Capsules | Very Top Shoulder Level

Taylors 1955 Vintage Port.
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The only vintage Taylor’s declared in the 1950s. According to the Fladgate Partnership, ‘one of the most underrated vintages of the century’. Taylor’s own two great vineyards in the Douro, Quinta de Vargellas and Quinta de Terra Feita. Both are categorised grade A - the highest possible rating. In years when Taylor’s produces a classic vintage, wines from these two estates are blended together. As they are some 20 miles apart, and subject to very different micro climates, they combine to produce a powerful, long lived and complex vintage port. In 1955 there was a heatwave at the end of April and early May.
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Price: $615.42 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock

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Taylor's Port, 1955

Vintage Port
Unlabelled | Embossed Capsules | Very Top Shoulder Level

Taylors 1955 Vintage Port.
Review
The only vintage Taylor’s declared in the 1950s. According to the Fladgate Partnership, ‘one of the most underrated vintages of the century’. Taylor’s own two great vineyards in the Douro, Quinta de Vargellas and Quinta de Terra Feita. Both are categorised grade A - the highest possible rating. In years when Taylor’s produces a classic vintage, wines from these two estates are blended together. As they are some 20 miles apart, and subject to very different micro climates, they combine to produce a powerful, long lived and complex vintage port. In 1955 there was a heatwave at the end of April and early May.
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Price: $615.42 USD
Stock: 4 in Stock

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Toro Albala, 1955

DOn PX Convento Seleccion 1955, Montilla-Moriles.
20cl Gift Pack

The origin of this exceptional wine is the result of Antonio Sánchez’s personal choice and decision over the bottling’s most favourable time. Valued for being rare, deep and very sweet, elaborated with 100% Pedro Ximénez raisined grape clusters. An authentic treasure distinguished with 98 Robert Parker points and the silver medal in the Vinalies Internationals.

“Convento Selección” are wines that have aged for generations in amontillado butts so that the wine and wood could merge with time and result into an unmatchable flavour. Our bottling system is called “Convento Selección” in honour to the Cistercian monk system in which the wine is classified in their own series.
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Price: $90.70 USD
Stock: 24 in Stock

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1954 Madeira

MBV, Tinta Negra - bottled by Barbeito

Tinta Negra Mole is a red Portuguese wine grape commonly used in the production of Madeira. It is the most widely planted variety on the island of Madeira and is considered the industry's "workhorse grape".The grape produces very high yields of sweet, pale red wine.
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Price: $615.42 USD
Stock: 5 in Stock

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Baron de Lustrac, 1954

Vintage Armagnac

Baron de Lustrac is a small traditional éleveur specialising in fine old Armagnac vintages. Their extensive range is sourced from neighbouring estates in the Tenereze and Mas Armagnac regions and they keep an ageing and bottling chais near Magnan, in the Bas Armagnac region.


All Armagnacs are aged in 420ltr oak barrels and sold as single vintages. The grapes used are all harvested from the one particular year, and will only be distilled if the conditions were particularly good. Perfect for big birthdays or as a special drink for the connoisseur as they truly are a fine example of the very best Armagnacs around.
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Price: $801.91 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Cossart Gordon Madeira, 1954

Cossart Malmsey

This 1954 wine is made by the Malvasia variety used to create a sweet fortified wine . Also known as Malmsey, this is the sweetest style of Madeira. Expect complex and often savoury flavours of black walnut, Sichuan pepper, pink peppercorn, dried mission fig, and wet lava rocks.

You can pair Malmsey with rich chocolate desserts, ice cream, and cheese, or just sit with a glass by the fireside. Malmsey is dessert in and of itself.
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Price: $777.04 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Harveys Port, 1954

Vintage Port (unlabelled with embossed capsules)

The 1954 Harveys' Vintage port is actually believed to be 1954 Grahams Malvedos. Grahams have indicated that the 1954 Malvedos Vintage was supplied exclusively to Harveys of Bristol in this year who bottled it under their own brand.

Review.
The 1954 still has a deep red colour and density. On the nose there is complex, lovely bouquet of spice, baked cherry, toffee and perhaps a hint of strawberry. Great mouth-feel with weight and density. Great balance between alcohol, tannin, acidity, touch of toffee. A beautiful wine with an ever-lasting finish. 96/100. Outstanding TC VWP tasting. Mar 20.
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Price: $491.09 USD
Stock: 9 in Stock

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Justino's Madeira, 1954

Justino's Verdellho

Distinctive hints of orange zest and sea salt streak across rich, butterscotch aromas in this intense and rewarding wine. Over 70 years of aging has created a hugely complex style, with a vast spectrum of flavours, from fresh lemon peel to rich caramel and ripe tropical fruit. Elegant and refined, this medium-dry madeira is a rare and intriguing treat. Serve lightly chilled.
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Price: $491.09 USD
Stock: 48 in Stock

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Madeira, 1954

Rutherford and Miles Malmsey

This 1954 wine is made by the Malvasia variety used to create a sweet fortified wine . Also known as Malmsey, this is the sweetest style of Madeira. Expect complex and often savoury flavours of black walnut, Sichuan pepper, pink peppercorn, dried mission fig, and wet lava rocks.

You can pair Malmsey with rich chocolate desserts, ice cream, and cheese, or just sit with a glass by the fireside. Malmsey is dessert in and of itself.
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Price: $727.31 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Pinot Nero, 1954

Kupelwieser

Very forward nose of leather and cherries, liquorice wild strawberries, ripe plums and pencil .The palate is very nice balance of sweet fruit and acidity.
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Price: $234.98 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Sherry, 1954

Harvey's Oloroso Sherry
Bottled in 1954 - Level High Shoulder

This Oloroso sherry wine, was bottled in 1954. An intense sherry that is matured in an oxygen present environment. The resulting wines are fragrant and the best examples will display dried fruits, leather, polished wood and exotic spices. Oloroso shows nutty aromas (especially walnuts), combined with polished / balsamic notes, subtle dried fruits, toasted hints, tobacco and autumn aromas. There are noticeable spicy notes in older examples. Often also meaty hints, truffle and leather.

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The classic pairing for an Oloroso would be red meat and game, but it will also be lovely with well-aged cheese.
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Price: $360.55 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Sherry, 1954

Harvey's Oloroso Sherry
Bottled in 1954 - Level Base of Neck

This Oloroso sherry wine, was bottled in 1954. An intense sherry that is matured in an oxygen present environment. The resulting wines are fragrant and the best examples will display dried fruits, leather, polished wood and exotic spices. Oloroso shows nutty aromas (especially walnuts), combined with polished / balsamic notes, subtle dried fruits, toasted hints, tobacco and autumn aromas. There are noticeable spicy notes in older examples. Often also meaty hints, truffle and leather.

Food & wine Pairing:
The classic pairing for an Oloroso would be red meat and game, but it will also be lovely with well-aged cheese.
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Price: $435.14 USD
Stock: 2 in Stock

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Torricella, 1954

Dessilani & Figlio

Primitivo is a dark-skinned grape known for producing inky, tannic wines, particularly Primitivo di Manduria and its naturally sweet Dolce Naturale variant. A classic Primitivo wine is high in both alcohol and tannins, intensely flavored and deeply colored. A certain bitterness is often found in Primitivo which, combined with its mouth-puckering tannins, means that it needs a few years in either bottle or barrel.
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Price: $210.11 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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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: $702.45 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock

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Chateau Latour, 1953

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (Base of Neck)

*90-93 points -Critics' score Aggregated*

Exciting that this was very much intact. Great color for a sixty year old. Probably at the beginning of a decline curve - but aging gracefully. Smooth and gentle, but retaining its essential body, acidity, and identity. Aromas and flavors were classic aged Pauillac. Touches of cinnamon and clove over red fruit, cigar box, leather and a plush velvet texture. Ultimately this had astonishing strength and character. More grace than power at this stage of life. This is one classy old wine!
*CellarTracker Review by Peliot, tasted in 2015*
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Price: $1,199.75 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock

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Chateau Latour, 1953

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (Very Top Shoulder)

*90-93 points -Critics' score Aggregated*

Exciting that this was very much intact. Great color for a sixty year old. Probably at the beginning of a decline curve - but aging gracefully. Smooth and gentle, but retaining its essential body, acidity, and identity. Aromas and flavors were classic aged Pauillac. Touches of cinnamon and clove over red fruit, cigar box, leather and a plush velvet texture. Ultimately this had astonishing strength and character. More grace than power at this stage of life. This is one classy old wine!
*CellarTracker Review by Peliot, tasted in 2015*
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Price: $1,112.72 USD
Stock: 2 in Stock

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Chateau Latour, 1953

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (Mid Shoulder level)

*90-93 points -Critics' score Aggregated*

Exciting that this was very much intact. Great color for a sixty year old. Probably at the beginning of a decline curve - but aging gracefully. Smooth and gentle, but retaining its essential body, acidity, and identity. Aromas and flavors were classic aged Pauillac. Touches of cinnamon and clove over red fruit, cigar box, leather and a plush velvet texture. Ultimately this had astonishing strength and character. More grace than power at this stage of life. This is one classy old wine!
*CellarTracker Review by Peliot, tasted in 2015*
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Price: $1,025.69 USD
Stock: 2 in Stock

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Chateau Latour, 1953

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (In Neck, Tear on label)

*90-93 points -Critics' score Aggregated*

Exciting that this was very much intact. Great color for a sixty year old. Probably at the beginning of a decline curve - but aging gracefully. Smooth and gentle, but retaining its essential body, acidity, and identity. Aromas and flavors were classic aged Pauillac. Touches of cinnamon and clove over red fruit, cigar box, leather and a plush velvet texture. Ultimately this had astonishing strength and character. More grace than power at this stage of life. This is one classy old wine!
*CellarTracker Review by Peliot, tasted in 2015*
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Price: $1,112.72 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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Chateau Latour, 1953

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (Upper shoulder level, only fragments of label remaining)

*90-93 points -Critics' score Aggregated*

Exciting that this was very much intact. Great color for a sixty year old. Probably at the beginning of a decline curve - but aging gracefully. Smooth and gentle, but retaining its essential body, acidity, and identity. Aromas and flavors were classic aged Pauillac. Touches of cinnamon and clove over red fruit, cigar box, leather and a plush velvet texture. Ultimately this had astonishing strength and character. More grace than power at this stage of life. This is one classy old wine!
*CellarTracker Review by Peliot, tasted in 2015*
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Price: $839.20 USD
Stock: 1 in Stock

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