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Blandy’s Sercial Madeira 1968
"The Blandys established themselves on Madeira in 1811 and are now in charge of the Madeira Wine Company. Aged for 49 years in seasoned American oak casks before bottling in 2017, this wine is mid-deep amber in colour with an olive-green glint. Fine, lifted woodsmoke characters on the nose are redolent of autumn leaves and bonfires. It has crystallised fruit on the palate with rapier-like power and intensity. The hint of sweetness (59g/l residual sugar) is offset by a streak of acidity, leading to a mouthwateringly fresh greengage finish yielding to a touch of savoury complexity. A wine that sings contralto from the glass." - 99 points Decanter
Broadbent 10 Year Old Malmsey Madeira
Aged for a minimum of 10 years. This sweet and salty fortified wine should be enjoyed as a sweet treat or with dessert. Also pairs well with a salty summer night and an ocean breeze.
Smith Woodhouse Vintage Port 1980
This wine has beautiful structure and length. Slightly tight compared to others from the vintage. If you can wait, drink into 2040.
Graham’s Vintage Port 1985
"Bright, glowing crimson. Dense and broad and luscious. Peppery finish. Not as sweet as some Graham's, and with more concentration than Graham's 1980. Polished, long and rich. Big and round. 18/20 points" - Jancis Robinson
Fonseca Vintage Port 1985
Foncesa Vintage Port 1970
"Fonseca 1970 was the finest bottle I have encountered. The bouquet opens beautifully with heady scents of clove, ginger, small red cherries, bergamot and allspice, displaying exquisite definition and harmony. The palate follows suit with lovely balance and poise in the mouth, notes of kirsch, shaved ginger and walnut building to an opulent, viscous finish that lacquers the mouth. Yet this bottle shows more control than the bottle tasted four years ago." - Robert Parker 95 points