Single Harvest Colheita Port (Includes Kopke presentation box)
VWP Port buyers recommendation: Dr Tony Carter, port buyer for VWP recommends this as the best colheita/single harvest port. "This port from the world's oldest port house has a lively amber colour. Aroma of great impact, with dried fruits, mocha, orange peel and liqueur. Wonderful balance and a superb finish.".
This Kopke Port from the excellent 1965 harvest is the premium quality port of this type. The port is aged in wooden barrel until bottling in 2015.
The hand stenciled Kopke Port bottles express the traditional artisan quality and nostalgic appeal long associated with the enjoyment of the finest ports.
Price: £159.00 (8 in Stock)
1965 Taylors Single Harvest Port Includes Taylors presentation box
Taylors 1965 Very Old Single Harvest Port is presented in a classic Taylor’s frosted bottle, and packaged in a high quality beech-wood box.
During its five decades of ageing in oak casks, this wine has taken on an attractive pale mahogany colour with olive amber highlights. On the nose the wine displays fine oaky aromas and complex spicy, nutty, cigar box notes against a warm mellow background of butterscotch and molasses. The smooth velvety palate is lifted by a crisp acidity which gives the wine an attractive freshness in spite of its age. The finish is immensely long with rich, spicy, black pepper flavours lingering on the palate.
Price: £169.00 (22 in Stock)
Armagnac 1965 Vintage
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.
Price: £179.50 (2 in Stock)
Armagnac 1965 Vintage (Comes in original Sigognac Box as illustrated)
Baron de Sigognac 1965 Vintage Armagnac has a beautiful reddish amber colour with a fine and elegant nose that is powerful and harmonious with notes of wood, candied orange and vanilla. Bold and elegant in the mouth with a rich structure and aromas of dried fruits. Well balanced with a long and spicy finish.
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.
Price: £179.00 (1 in Stock)
Colheita Port in Original Gift Box as pictured
The 1965 Barros has a mid orange colour, faint tinge of green on the rim. Faint nose, showing very mild coffee and walnut, but with strawberries and rose hip. Very thick and sweet in the mouth, flavoursome and rich. Spicy and with a grapefruit peel bitterness. Warm aftertaste, followed by a long and intense finish of lemon grass and grapefruit peel. Excellent
Price: £149.00 (1 in Stock)
Single Harvest Colheita Port (Includes Calem Presentation Box)
The 1965 Calem colheita has a bright brown-tawny colour. Open and willful nose, plenty with dried fruit aromas and delicate notes of wood and honey. In the mouth, the feeling of elegance is enhanced by a beautiful structure of tannins, a silky texture, standing-out the balanced acidity which offers joy and liveliness until the end.
Colheita, or single harvest ports, are aged in the barrel. Contrast this with vintage ports which are aged in the bottle and only have a short drinking window after opening. Colheita ports have had air working on them through the cask during all the years of aging, giving them a open-life of a month or longer.
Price: £159.00 (3 in Stock)
Pauillac Premiere Grand cru Classe (top 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.
Price: £495.00 (1 in Stock)
Guimaraens Single Quinta Port
Deep red, the colour of black cherry juice; 70% opaque. Dusty apples on the nose, with some spicy tobasco. Sweet in the mouth, red jelly beans but little fruit. The jelly beans come through strongly on the mid-palate. A hot aftertaste with lots of ginger that lasts a long time before dark cherry skins and black chocolate make up the finish. This is a nice port.
Price: £295.00 (2 in Stock)
Very Rare Single Malt Whisky- Bottled in 1997 by Gordon & MacPhail (Comes in origina box as illustrated)
A 1965 vintage, distilled at Glen Mhor and bottled in 1997 by Gordon & MacPhail. The distillery closed in 1983 and bottles are becoming increasingly hard to find.
The stills of Glen Mhor fell silent in 1983, along with those of the neighbouring distillery Glen Albyn. It was in 1980 that Diageo acquired Glens Albyn and Mhor respectively, demolishing them both several years later to make way for a shopping centre. Glen Mhor sits more or less atop the Caledonian Canal, the 62 mile man-made waterway which cuts a course from Inverness to Corpach. The whisky distillery was Scotland’s first to install a Saladin Box, a malting device which proved thoroughly economical for quite some time.
Price: £695.00 (1 in Stock)
Malvedos Vintage Port (Very limited release)
In 2015, to mark 125 years since Graham’s first acquired Quinta dos Malvedos, a very limited quantity of Graham’s 1965 Quinta dos Malvedos Single Quinta Vintage Port was released. Now 50 years old, this exceedingly rare wine is as much a part of the history of one of the Douro’s greatest quintas, as it is proof of the remarkable longevity of Vintage Port.
Price: £225.00 (6 in Stock)