Vista Alegre 40 Years Old White
Port rigorously selected by farms and vineyards of the Upper Douro and aged in oak casks. The weather was the perfect ally, since it was moist and cool, allowing the genesis of a rich Old Port batch, produced in small quantities, making it a true essence. It possesses the typical aroma of cask ageing , such as fine wood, spices like clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, liquorice, and the consistency of intoxicating aromas of roasted coffee, hazelnuts, walnuts and fine wood highlights. This Port possesses an olive-ochre colour and persistent spice and wood aftertaste.$239,55
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We have gathered in one exclusive pack 100 years of Port Wine. Now you can experience the complexity and magnificence of 10, 20, 30 and 40 Years Old Tawny’s from some of the most distinguished Port Wine Houses.$227,99
As the name implies, this wine is particularly dry since most of its sugar has been lost in fermentation. A limited number of white grape varieties are used in this Port production, foremost amongst which is Malvasia Fina, which gives this wine its attractive fruity and crisp flavour. Graham's Extra Dry White makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.
Pacheca 40 Year Old Tawny is a wine which resulted from a blend of several wines aged in oak casks. Throughout aging, the wine gets a rich and intense amber color. The aromas are elegant and complex, highlighting the aromas of toasted nuts, intense notes of chocolate and buttery caramel, which are perfectly combined with the delicate nuances of fine oak wood.$106,43
Dalva Tawny 40 Years aged in wood during several years in which, the age mentioned in the bottle is equivalent to a ' blend ' of several «Harvest» Port Wines. As this wine aged for many years in wood, it will present a golden colour with greenish shades that will evolve until it reach a very complex «bouquet», enhancing its aromas of dried fruits, wood and spices.$154,48
Niepoort White Port is a Port with an unusual style because the grapes used to make this wine go through a long maceration with the peel. Their are used several wines aged in oak barrels for about 3 years before being bottled.
Made only from white grapes, this pale coloured Port is fresh and delicate. The grapes used in the production of Graham's Fine White are traditional white varieties from the Douro Valley, such as, Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato and Viosinho. During production this wine has no contact with the grape skins.