The 40 year old Tawny release from the famed port house of Graham's - the oldest in their regular range. Well aged in oak and assembled by master blender Charles Symington from wines laid down by his father, uncles, grandfather and great-grandfather.
A spectacular tawny port from leading producer Taylor's, this has been aged in wood for forty years, and those four decades of careful maturation have produced a port of incredible complexity on the nose and matchless drinkability on the silky-soft palate.
A 1994 vintage port from Taylor's. 1994 was a great year for port, with most houses declaring a vintage - one of the best years of the 20th century. It's drinking well in 2011, but could do with a few more years in the bottle to reach its peak.
A special presentation pack from Taylor's, showcasing their ports with a half bottle of each of their four tawny ports between 10 and 40 years old. The total age of the wine in the set is 100 years, hence the 'Century of' moniker. Please note that these bottles are 37.5cl each.
A really unusual gem here - a long aged tawny port dating back to 1855, Taylor's Scion is from two casks which have been discovered by Taylor's and vatted together to produce one of the fortified wine events of the decade. Incredibly rare to see a pre-phylloxera port, let alone one in such reportedly amazing condition - this is sure to get plenty of tongues wagging.