A bottle of Triple Crown Ruby Port from Croft, a company who can trace their roots back to 1588. A blend of young ports with an average age of 3 years, this is full bodied, fruity and made to be drunk young.
The 2002 vintage of Croft's excellent single Quinta (estate) port, Quinta da Roeda. Single quinta ports are intended to be earlier drinking than their main vintage counterparts and begin to drink well from 10 years after vintage, although as with all vintage ports, there's no rush!
A bottle of Croft port from the outstanding 2011 vintage. Having experienced a near-perfect growing season, this is the best vintage that many port growers can remember. 93-95/100 from Wine Advocate's erobertparker.com is a great score for a port at this price point.