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Chateau Latour, 1967

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe - Level base of in neck

***18.5/20 Jancis Robinson***
***92 Points-CellarTracker***

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Magnum . For me, the star of the evening. So complete, so much at the height of its powers, so dense yet fresh.I couldn't help thinking of that ad for menthol cigarettes - 'pure as mountain stream' was the slogan, wasn't it? Sweet and richly flattering without being remotely heavy. It's possible that in bottle sizes this wine is much more developed. Jancis Robinson

"Unquestionably the best wine produced in the Medoc in 1967, the Latour has dark ruby color with some browning at the edges, a medium- to full-bodied feel, plenty of black currant fruit, and some light, soft tannins still present.
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Chateau Latour, 1965

Pauillac Premiere Grand cru Classe (Upper shoulder)

Chateau Latour and has been for many the most consistent performer amongst the First Growth Wines over the past century, acquiring an enviable reputation for producing very good wine in the more challenging vintages.
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Chateau Mouton Rothschild, 1964

Pauillac Premiere Grand Cru Classe (Henry Moore label)

- From magnum: Surprisingly good as I was not expecting much based on drinking other disappointing 1964 Bordeaux over the years. However, HS fill with pretty good cork was in beautiful shape. Color was brick red and showed nice tart cherries and fresh earthy aromas. The flavor profile showed reasonable concentration and while a bit earthy and a tad acidic, was full of dried red fruits and wonderful spices. While tannins were fully resolved the acid kept this reasonably fresh and inviting. A nice long rustic earthy finish kept me coming back for more.
*CellarTracker Review*
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Merlot, 1964

Cantine Felluga

Merlot can also produce a delightful and intriguing pure varietal wine. While Merlot has a long history of use as a blending wine, pure Merlot wines have been relatively slow in gaining momentum in Italy. That too has changed and today some of the world’s best Merlot wines bear Italian labels. The Trentino wine is from well-positioned and carefully maintained hillside vineyards near the city of Trento in northeastern Italy.
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Chateau Lafite Rothschild, 1958

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe (base of neck)

"Lafite has a soul, a beautiful, generous, kindly soul. Lafite turns bare earth into heaven. Lafite is harmony, a harmony between man and nature, because without our magnificent winegrowers, nothing would be accomplished."
*Baron Eric de Rothschild*
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Chateau Yquem, 1958

Sauternes Premiere Grand Cru Classe

Considered as the greatest white wine in the world, Château d'Yquem, located on a small hill, enjoys a microclimate and an exceptional terroir. The vineyard, which has no fewer than 150 parcels of different soil, is cherished throughout the year, each vine receives an average of 50 treatments per year. The selection is particularly rigorous for the grand vin of château d'Yquem: it is often said that a vine produces only one glass of wine . The harvest is carried out through at least four passes (seven in 1997!) to harvest the grapes at perfect ripeness, with the noble rot.
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Chateau Yquem, 1956

Sauternes Premiere Grand Cru Classe

Considered as the greatest white wine in the world, Château d'Yquem, located on a small hill, enjoys a microclimate and an exceptional terroir. The vineyard, which has no fewer than 150 parcels of different soil, is cherished throughout the year, each vine receives an average of 50 treatments per year. The selection is particularly rigorous for the grand vin of château d'Yquem: it is often said that a vine produces only one glass of wine . The harvest is carried out through at least four passes (seven in 1997!) to harvest the grapes at perfect ripeness, with the noble rot.
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Chateau Margaux, 1955

Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classe (Top Shoulder - faded label- vintage legible)


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Chateau Yquem, 1950

Sauternes Premiere Grand Cru Classe

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"Light amber/gold. Very refined and pure bouquet. On the palate intense sweetness, ripe pineapple, beautiful bitterness and acidity. The aftertaste is long with honey and almonds. Perfect harmony, except for some hints of alcohol." Tasted 2007, Review on Cellar Tracker.
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Chateau Lafite Rothschild, 1948

Pauillac Grand Cru Classe

Mature mahogany colour, a little cloudy. Plenty of glycerine, unctuous and creamy port like texture, but without the sweetness, which one could expect given that 1948 wasn’t a very ripe vintage. It kept getting better in the glass.
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Chateau Latour, 1944

Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classe

Established around 1680, the Chateau Latour estate is one of the oldest of the Medoc. At the heart of the estate, the principal parcel named "L'Enclos" is 47 hectares of the oldest vines that are preciously maintained because only they are able to give birth to the "Grand Vin". The wine of Chateau Latour is an example of consistent excellence, no matter the vintage. Firm, tannic and concentrated in its youth, it needs a long cellaring to reveal all of its profoundness, strength and extraordinary richness. At perfect maturity, the wine distinguishes itself by an incredible bouquet of black currant, hazelnut and leather.
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Cossart Gordon Madeira, 1940

Sercial Madeira

A bottling of Madeira from the 1940s from Cossart, the oldest company in the Madeira wine business.
Sercial is the name of a white grape grown in Portugal, especially on the island of Madeira. It has given name to the dryest of the four classic varieties of Madeira fortified wine.

The anglicised name Sercial came to be associated with the Madeira style rather than the grape variety, being the lightest, most acidic and delicate expression of Madeira that takes the longest to mature.
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Dalva, 1940

Finest Reserve Tawny Port

Bottled 1973.

Tawny Port is made from premium blends of wines, sourced from the best vineyards that have been aged for years in oak casks. This art of blending, more than a technique, is steeped in centuries of old traditions passed down from one generation to another, as the “house style” of each Port wine family company.
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Graham's Port, 1940

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Single Harvest Tawny Port

Graham's, the port company owned by the Symington family, has announced the release of a Single Harvest Port from 1940. The launch of the “extremely rare” Graham's 1940 Single Harvest pays tribute to three generations of master blenders, who have tended to the wine over eight decades.

This wine pays tribute to three generations of Master Blenders who contributed to its prolonged ageing in the cellars. Across eight decades, generations of Master Blenders have left their mark on this extraordinary 1940 Single Harvest Tawny Port.

As the first grapes of the 1940 vintage were being picked in the peaceful Douro Valley in late September,
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Taylor's Port, 1855

Scion - Very Old Vintage Port

In 2008 Taylor’s wine maker David Guimaraens became aware of the existence of a very old and rare cask-aged port dating from before the arrival of Phylloxera in the Douro Valley. The wine belonged to a distinguished Douro family and was stored in a lodge in the village of Prezegueda in the Corgo Valley. A treasured heirloom, passed down from one generation to the next, it was maintained as a private family reserve, with the exception of one pipe said to have been acquired by Winston Churchill. In 2009 the sole surviving direct descendant of the family died, leaving no children. Her heirs, not all family members,
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Burmester Port

Tawny Port

Orangey (tawny) colour. The fresh fruit tones gain nutty dry fruit nuances, lending the wine a subtle elegance.

Winemaking:
A classic port wine, which helped the drink became famous throughout the world. This wine is obtained by blending different harvests. At first it is aged in oak vats and after 4 years it is blended. Its ageing and consequent oxidation in oak makes its colour turn from red to orangey.


Food Pairing:
It can be appreciated as an aperitive or on any other ocasion. Ideal accompaniment to nuts, cheeses or deserts.


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Fernando de Castilla, Non Vintage

Oloroso Cortado Antique Sherry

The Oloroso Cortado is among the oldest wines available from this bodega. It averages over 30 years in age, making it a V.O.R.S. wine although Rey Fernando de Castilla refuses to label their wines as such.

It is produced with grapes from older vines on a vineyard in the highly regarded Pago Balbaina, to the West of Jerez de la Frontera.

The Antique range holds the premium wines of the house. All of these wines are single-solera, which means they’re matured in one solera system, rather than being a blend of different soleras that have aged separately. Note that despite its age and considering the awards it has won, it’s still a relatively affordable sherry.
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Feuerheerd Port, Non Vintage

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Tawny Port
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Origin:
DOC Porto

Grape Varieties:
Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca and Tinto Cão

Vinification:
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats at controlled temperature, with 1 day on pre-fermentative maceration and 2 days on fermentation. The grapes’ must not distemmed.

Tasting Notes
Feuerheerd's Tawny Port is a blend selected and matured in small oak vats. The aroma is a perfect combination os ripe fruit with dry fruit and cinnamon.

Suggestions:
Ready to drink. It can be enjoyed on its own slightly chilled or as an accompaniment to less-sweet desserts.
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Port & Red Wine Duo

2013 Graham's LBV Port & 2016 Prazo de Roriz Douro red (2x75cl)
Includes double leather effect gift box

A lovely gift selection featuring a rich but approachable port and a absolutely fruit-packed red wine from the Douro Valley in Portugal.

Graham's LBV Port, 2013
Wonderful redcurrant and rhubarb flavours, the quality of fruit is so polished and vibrant. Soft and rounded and bright. ***17/20 Richard Hemming MW***

Prazo De Roriz Douro, 2016
From the joint venture with Bruno Prats of Bordeaux. Such a vivid purple colour, but immediately more refined, less fruitcakey and plummy than the Altano before it, more cedar and incense fragrance and lovely balance and finesse, lightness.
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post, Non Vintage

UK NWD Delivery - £9.95

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