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Fortified Wine
Wines which have spirit added to them to raise the alcohol volume are known as fortified wines. Port (from Portugal), sherry (from Spain) and Madeira (from the eponymous island in the Atlantic Ocean) are the main styles, with a supporting role from Marsala (from Sicily) and the French fortified wines, Pineau des Charentes and Ratafia. Read More »
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75cl / 14.7%
A bottle of Cremovo Marsala from Daniello. The cremovo designation indicates that egg yolks were added during the production process, producing a richer and sweeter style of Marsala than standard 'Fine'.
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£12.95
(£10.79 ex. VAT)
75cl / 14.5%
A bottle of Cremovo Marsala from Pellegrino. The cremovo designation indicates that egg yolks were added during the production process to produce a richer and sweeter style of Marsala.
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£12.95
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75cl / 20%
Taylor's First Estate Reserve has been produced to celebrate Taylor's first purchase of property in 1744. This is a blend of rich and full bodied ports selected for their depth and fruity nature.
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£13.15
(£10.96 ex. VAT)
70cl / 17.5%
An old presentation bottling of Gonzalez Byass Caballero Sherry – a medium dry pale amontillado.
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£13.45
(£11.21 ex. VAT)
75cl / 20%
A late bottled vintage port from Taylor's, aged in wood for 4 to 6 years before release. LBV was introduced as a way to drink vintage port earlier (and cheaper) and is ready to be drunk upon release.
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£13.75
(£11.46 ex. VAT)
75cl / 20%
Most people think of sweet red wine when Port is mentioned, but here's a dry white one from Taylor's. White port is rare, and good white port even more so, making this rather toothsome effort from one of the finest houses all the more welcome.
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£14.25
(£11.88 ex. VAT)
37.5cl / 18%
A half-bottle of the fabulous 20 year old super-sweet Pedro Ximenez sherry from top producer Williams & Humbert.
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£14.25
(£11.88 ex. VAT)
75cl / 20%
A 2008 vintage LBV port from Fonseca. With extra wood ageing before being bottled, this has all the characteristics of vintage port, but is made to be approachable at a much younger age.
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£14.45
(£12.04 ex. VAT)
75cl / 15%
A pale golden fino sherry from Gutierrez Colosia, the Fino del Puerto is aged for at least three years under flor producing a crisp and dry wine with a hint of almond to the nose.
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£14.65
(£12.21 ex. VAT)
75cl / 19.5%
An unfiltered ruby port from Ramos Pinto, blended to have the character of a five year old. This will match well with chocolate, game dishes or a cheese and ham mille-feuille.
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£14.95
(£12.46 ex. VAT)
70cl / 17%
An old bottling of Harvey's Tico sherry – a lighter style that was intended to be mixed.
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£14.95
(£12.46 ex. VAT)
70cl / 16.5%
An old bottling of Sandeman Don Fino Sherry. The firm have a rich history in fortified wines, but are much better known for their ports.
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£14.95
(£12.46 ex. VAT)
70cl / 17.5%
An old bottling of Harveys Bristol Dry Sherry – from a company with a rich sherry history, but better known for their sweet cream variant.
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£14.95
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70cl / 17.5%
An old presentation bottle of Williams & Humbert's excellent dry sack sherry. Made entirely from Palomino grapes which are aged in a solera system for at least five years before bottling.
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£14.95
(£12.46 ex. VAT)
75cl / 15%
A good-quality dry fino sherry from this impressive range. Made from 100% Palamino Fino grapes and then aged for a period of 4 years. The ideal aperitif or for drinking with tapas.
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£15.35
(£12.79 ex. VAT)
50cl / 20%
A delightful tawny port aged ten years by top house Fonseca. Tawny Port is a style that is made to be drunk upon release, but don't need to be. Delightfully nutty and fruity.
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£15.65
(£13.04 ex. VAT)
75cl / 20%
There's something special about Fonseca's Terra Prima Reserve port - it's made with organically grown grapes. Enhance your green credentials at the Christmas table with this medium-weight, sweetly silky after-dinner tipple.
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£15.85
(£13.21 ex. VAT)
70cl / 18%
Champagne producer Goyard use their leftover juice to make this Ratafia. A blend of grape musts and wine eaux-de vie aged in oak barrels, this is delightful as an aperitif. Alternatively use it to make an Allegrata by adding 5cl to 3cl of orange juice and a dash of lime.
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£16.15
(£13.46 ex. VAT)
75cl / 18%
Gutierrez Colosia's Oloroso Seco is the result of five years of ageing. Produced from Palomino grapes, this is an excellent example of a deliciously nutty dry Oloroso.
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£16.95
(£14.13 ex. VAT)
50cl / 19%
A rich and full bodied fortified wine from the island of Madeira, aged for 10 years in oak. Blandy's Malmsey is named for one of the many names for the wine, mostly known in the UK for being the contents of the barrel that the Duke of Clarence drowns in in Richard III.
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£17.25
(£14.38 ex. VAT)
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