Port

“Douro – river and region. It is probably the most serious reality in Portugal” -Miguel Torga (Author and Doctor)

The White

Fruity, dry or sweet, smooth, subtle, these Ports make a delightful aperitif when served chilled

Fonseca
Bottle (750ml): $70.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Taylor’s Chip Dry
Bottle (750ml): $70.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

 

The Tawnies

They are wines with a tawny, golden colour, orange and brown reflects because of wood ageing, developing with the years a complex bouquet of dried fruits and nuts, hints of tobacco, leather, coffee and spices.

Taylor’s 10 years
Bottle (750ml): $120.00
Glass (2oz): $14.00

Graham’s 10 years
Bottle (750ml): $120.00
Glass (2oz): $14.00

Optima 10 years
Bottle (500ml): $90.00
Glass (2oz): $14.00

Poças 20 years
Bottle (750ml): $160.00
Glass (2oz): $18.00

Graham’s 20 years
Bottle (500ml): $110.00
Glass (2oz): $18.00

Taylor’s 20 years
Bottle (750ml): $180.00
Glass (2oz): $18.00

Dalva 20 years
Bottle (750ml): $160.00
Glass (2oz): $18.00

 

The “Colheita”

This is essentially a single harvest tawny with year or harvest designated, and they must remain in cask for at least 7 years.

Niepoort Colheita
Vintage: 2000
Bottle (750ml): $250.00

Dow’s
Vintage: 1997
Bottle (750ml): $170.00

Dalva
Vintage: 1997
Bottle (750ml): $150.00

Dalva
Vintage: 1995
Bottle (750ml): $160.00

Krohn
Vintage: 1994
Bottle (750ml): $180.00

 

The Vintage

No wine is rarer or more sought-after than vintage Port. At most, it constitutes a mere 2% of production. They are the quintessence of Port Wine. These Ports are only declared when various factors combine to make an exceptional year. Intensely powerful and concentrated, these wines are adapted to age in bottle, developing over the years and releasing a complex variety of flavours.

Niepoort
Vintage: 2009
Bottle (750ml): $220.00

Quinta do Noval Silval
Vintage: 2005
Bottle (750ml): $210.00

Quinta de la Rosa
Vintage: 2004
Bottle (750ml): $230.00

Quinta do Crasto
Vintage: 2004
Bottle (750ml): $220.00

Quinta do Crasto
Vintage: 2003
Bottle (750ml): $275.00

Quinta da Gaivosa
Vintage: 2003
Bottle (750ml): $250.00

Quinta de la Rosa
Vintage: 2003
Bottle (750ml): $220.00

Quinta do Ventozelo
Vintage: 2003
Bottle (750ml): $220.00

Samdeman
Vintage: 2000
Bottle (750ml): $200.00

Taylor’s Qtª das Vargelas
Vintage: 2001
Bottle (750ml): $280.00

Niepoort Secundum
Vintage: 1999
Bottle (750ml): $250.00

Graham’s Qta dos Malvedos
Vintage: 1999
Bottle (750ml): $2750.00

Samdeman
Vintage: 1997
Bottle (375ml): $90.00

Graham’s
Vintage: 1997
Bottle (750ml): $450.00

Fonseca Guimaraens
Vintage: 1997
Bottle (750ml): $495.00

Qtª da Eira Velha
Vintage: 1995
Bottle (750ml): $310.00

Quinta de la Rosa
Vintage: 1992
Bottle (750ml): $270.00

Warre’s
Vintage: 1983
Bottle (750ml): $600.00

Graham’s
Vintage: 1983
Bottle (750ml): $650.00

Warre’s
Vintage: 1977
Bottle (750ml): $800.00

Noval Nacional
Vintage: 1975
Bottle (750ml): $1300.00

Delaforce
Vintage: 1970
Bottle (750ml): $800.00

Warre’s
Vintage: 1970
Bottle (750ml): $850.00

Seara’s
Vintage: 1960
Bottle (750ml): $1500.00

Croft
Vintage: 1960
Bottle (750ml): $1700.00

 

Magnum (1500ml)

Graham’s
Vintage: 1994
Bottle (750ml): $1400.00

Dow’s
Vintage: 1977
Bottle (750ml): $1800.00

Warre’s
Vintage: 1977
Bottle (750ml): $1800.00

 

The L.B.V.

This is the name given to a type of Port that is ready to drink earlier and inviting to great moments of pleasure. The Late Bottled Vintage must be from a single harvest of good quality and bottled after ageing in barrel for approximately 4 to 6 years.

Sandeman
Vintage: 2009
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Taylor’s
Vintage: 2009
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Messias
Vintage: 2009
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Graham’s
Vintage: 2008
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Qta do Crasto Finest Reserve
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Noval Black
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Bin
Vintage: 27
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

 

Madeira

Covering an area of 738 square kilometers, the island of Madeira stands at 30º 33’ north latitude in the mid-Atlantic ocean. The noble grape varieties are Sercial, (driest style), Verdelho,( half dry), Boal, (half sweet) and Malmsey or “Malvasia”, (very aromatic, smooth and sweet), introduced to the island by Prince D. Henrique who imported it from Greece.

Casa dos Vinhos, 5 Y. O. Malmsey
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Cossart Gordon Sercial
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $80.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Justinos 10 year old
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (375ml): $70.00
Glass (2oz): $15.00

Justinos Colheita
Vintage: 1995
Bottle (750ml): $220.00

D’Oliveiras, Malmsey
Vintage: 1987
Bottle (750ml): $320.00

Leacock’s Bual
Vintage: 1966
Bottle (750ml): $560.00

Blandy’s Sercial
Vintage: 1966
Bottle (750ml): $560.00

Henr. & Henr. Garrafeira Sercial
Vintage: 1944
Bottle (750ml): $990.00

C. V. Madeira Reserva Terrantez
Vintage: 1939
Bottle (750ml): $1500.00

Henr. & H. Very Old Reserve Sercial
Vintage: 1906
Bottle (750ml): $2000.00

Henr. & H. Solera Century Malmsey
Vintage: 1900
Bottle (750ml): $3000.00

Blandy’s Solera Verdelho
Vintage: 1870
Bottle (750ml): $3500.00

Malmsey
Vintage: 1830
Bottle (750ml): $5000.00

 

Muscat of Setúbal

Dessert wine with a unique exotic colour, floral aromas, honey and orange, the Muscat or “moscatel” of Setúbal is a quite distinct and appreciated wine.

Alambre moscatel 20 years
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (500ml): $120.00
Glass (2oz): $20.00

Alambre moscatel from Setubal
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $70.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

Favaios moscatel from Douro
Vintage: n/v
Bottle (750ml): $70.00
Glass (2oz): $12.00

HST not included