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Port Wine

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Port wines are heavy, luscious fortified wines that are densely layered with notes of raisin, spice, nut, and fruit flavors. Perfect as an after-dinner sipper, they also pair well with sweets such as pies and tarts. Though port wines originated in the Portuguese city of Oporto in the seventeenth century, today many countries produce sweet dessert wines called port. The two main categories are Tawny Ports, which have been aged in barrels and have notes of raisin and spice, and Ruby Ports, boasting a deep red coloring and bright, fruity notes. Port wines age well and make excellent gifts for weddings or birthdays. Using our website, you can read current reviews and ratings from respected wine publications and our accomplished staff to find the best port wine, one you can age in your wine cellar for a few years or one your can open on a special occasion.

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  1. Hardys Whiskers Blake Classic Tawny

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#46870

    ST8989 pts. - Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar - Sep/Oct 2007
    Pinkish amber. Spicy redcurrant and toffee aromas are complicated by orange peel, molasses and fresh rose. A delicate and nicely focused tawny with toffeed apple and pear flavors and an exotic blood orange quality emerging on the back. This rather understated port shows good finishing lift and a lingering salted caramel character.
    SP8888 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jul 31, 2011
    Sweet and silky, balancing its roasted hazelnut, coffee and bitter chocolate flavors with a thread of cherry. The finish lingers gently. Drink now. 7,300 cases made.
    WE8888 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 12/15/2007
    This widely available, bargain-priced tawny remains an Australian classic, offering toffee and walnut aromas and flavors along with dust-covered leather and just a hint of fresh fruit. It’s lighter in weight than you might expect from a Port-inspired New World wine, but offers a tasty drop on a wintry evening. Imported by Pacific Wine Partners.
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  3. Croft Vintage Port

    2011 / 750 ml. | Item#37251

    SP9595 pts. - Wine Spectator - Oct 15, 2013
    Effusively juicy, rich and concentrated, showing plenty of snap to the crisp and well-spiced flavors of wild berry, dark currant and plum tart. Orange-infused chocolate notes linger on the exotic, mocha-filled finish. Best from 2020 through 2045. 5,000 cases made.
    WE9595 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 11/1/2013
    This shows very sweet fruit that’s ripe, dense and already delicious. That doesn’t mean the tannins don’t bring out the firmness at the core of this powerful wine. It is integrated, packed with black plum flavors, and full bodied. For long-term aging.
    WS9393 pts. - Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2013
    When it purchased this historic brand in 2001, the Fladgate Partnership was reunited with the Quinta da Roêda, which John Fladgate’s daughter brought with her in marriage to Charles Wright of Croft in 1875. Sited on the north bank of the Douro adjacent to Pinhão, Roêda is the heart of Croft vintages. It has been a major focus for António Magalhaes, charged with viticulture for the Fladgate Partnership, who has been working with David Guimaraens to restore the vineyard to its former glory. Each vintage release has improved on the last until this 2011, which is a jump shift in depth and brings Croft back to its rightful place among the elite of the Douro hierarchy. It has the distance and restraint of a great young vintage, the density of the fruit and the mouthwatering tannins held tight, youthfully closed. Hinting at its future in bright scents of roses and dark tones of freshly turned earth, this is a wine of significant weight and depth. It should reach its prime around 25 years from the vintage.
    RP92+92–95 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 27th Jun 2013
    The 2011 Croft is initially taciturn on the nose, even after allowing it 20 minutes in my glass. A light swirling immediately awakens the aromatics to offer blackberry, Seville orange marmalade, blueberries and dried fig — complex and quite compelling. There is real mineralite within this bouquet that, returning after 30 minutes, offers alluring ocean spray scents rolling in off the ocean. The palate is medium-bodied with a velvety-smooth opening that belies the fine, structured tannins underneath. It clams up a little towards the finish, shuts the lid tight and consequently there is the sensation of less persistency here compared to the Taylor’s or Fonseca. But Croft has a knack of filling out with bottle age and becomes both gentle and generous with the passing years. Tasted May 2013.
    ST90+90+? pts. - Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar - May/Jun 2014
    Bright medium ruby. Slightly reduced, spirity aromas of kirsch, blackberry, boysenberry, licorice pastille and mint, plus a suggestion of nutty oak. Densely packed and quite sweet, but the slightly disjointed black fruit flavors are tough going today; this struck me as more like a ruby port. Quite closed and tannic on the back end, in need of patience to display its personality. Many other critics rated this wine considerably higher than I did.

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    2013 Wine Spectator Top 100 Selection | #13

    Wine Spectator Top 100 selection - 2013 | #13

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  4. Graham’s Vintage Porto

    2003 / 750 ml. | Item#21920

    WE9696 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 12/31/2005
    This is a great Port, from a great house. It is packed with solid, structured, rich and intense black fruit flavors. Its tannins show considerable aging potential. It is a big, ripe wine, balanced by a long, lingering dark aftertaste.
    WS9696 pts. - Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2005
    An expansive chord of mineral and black fruit flavor, this vintage of Graham’s is all-enveloping in its sheer power. The tannins and the fruit strike a balance with dense, floral, purple-black flavors over crushed stone. That schisty grip of the tannin ends up feeling supple and curvaceous, defining the boundaries of the fruit rather than restricting it. The best vintage of Graham’s in recent memory, this 2003 should be drinking well from 2025 to 2046, and should live well beyond that.
    RP9595 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 1st Nov 2005
    Violets, roses, spices, and candied dark fruits emanate from the glass of the murky black/purple colored 2003 Graham Vintage Port. After four days of air, this wine’s aromatics sweetened further, displaying jammy blackberry and blueberry scents. Bold, full-bodied, and expansive, the Graham benefited the most from extensive contact with air of all the 2003s tasted for this report. This opulently jammy wine assaults the palate with powerful yet soft layers of oily, candied red fruits as well as notes of tar and hints of mocha. A highly concentrated effort, it is creamy textured, suave, and reveals an admirably long finish filled with additional layers of dark fruits intermingled with spices. Projected maturity: 2030–2055.
    ST9595 pts. - Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar - Jan/Feb 2006
    Deep, saturated ruby. Initially reticent aromas of dark chocolate and nuts; showed a high-pitched eucalyptus quality as it opened in the glass. Then almost shockingly huge and rich in fruit, with wonderfully lush, complex flavors of cassis, violet, minerals, spices, flowers and exotic chocolate. The tannins are seductively sweet, yet the finish boasts terrific focus, not to mention outstanding persistence. In terms of sheer palate-saturating flavor and texture, this runs a close second to Fonseca among these 2003s. For long aging.
    SP92+92–94 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jun 30, 2005
    [Barrel tasting] This is big and juicy with loads of sweet and rich fruit as well as a racy tannin structure that impresses. Full-bodied, medium-sweet and long on the finish. I like this very much.
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  5. Quinta do Noval Vintage Porto

    2011 / 750 ml. | Item#37420

    SP9797 pts. - Wine Spectator - Feb 28, 2014
    Vibrant, with luscious yet elegant mineral-infused flavors of dark currant, ripe cherry, green fig and raspberry. Shows ample pepper notes, with the tannins offering plenty of muscle and grip on the long, silky finish. Complex and restrained. Best from 2022 through 2047.
    WE9696 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 11/1/2013
    A powerful, concentrated wine, full of dark tannins, ripe fruit and rich texture. This is a wine based on a solid structure — very firm in character while still allowing the gorgeous fruits to express themselves. It’s obviously destined for long-term aging.
    ST9696 pts. - Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar - May/Jun 2014
    Deep, saturated ruby. Tight, high-pitched aromas of black fruits, minerals, spices, printer's ink and licorice, complicated by nutty and earthy nuances. Juicy, savory and youthfully imploded; not hugely opulent or sweet but a wine of great density and class, showing a pliant texture and no rough edges. This seemed even more intense after I swallowed it, showing a palate-drenching quality with no weightiness. Doesn’t have quite the dimension or floral complexity of the Nacional but a wine of great finesse, and built for decades of life.
    RP9595 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 29th Apr 2014
    The 2011 Quinta do Noval Vintage has a very intense, very refined bouquet with quite broody black fruit, briary, smoke and mineral. This is very fresh, similar to the barrel sample last April. The palate is silky smooth on the entry with well-judged acidity. This is utterly harmonious and refined, effortless even, with a pure blackberry and lightly spiced finish that lingers long in the mouth. This is an outstanding Noval that is only surpassed by the 2000, a Noval that does not deserve to be over-shadowed by its Nacional sibling. Drink 2018–2040. Tasted January 2014.
    WS9191 pts. - Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2013
    Christian Seely and António Agrellos worked together on renovating the Noval vineyard, after AXA Millésime purchased the historic property in 1993. They’ve since replanted 250 acres of vines, including the tall, whitewashed terraces that rise up to the quinta in the Vale de Mendiz. The touriga nacional planted on those terraces contributed to this seductively sweet 2011, its freshness layered in complex blue, purple and black fruit flavors. A bright herbal note and sour cherry tartness firm up the balance, enhancing the tannic structure while the round textures typical of Noval work seamlessly into the vintage character. This wine should be lovely at 20 years of age.
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  6. Niepoort Ruby

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#35151

    SP8989 pts. - Wine Spectator - Web only – 2012
    This fresh, powerful ruby features lots of plush dark plum and sweet cherry flavors, with notes of milk chocolate. The spicy finish is fresh, juicy and balanced. Drink now through 2020. 6,665 cases made.
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  7. Quinta do Noval Unfiltered Late Bottled Vintage Porto

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    2013 / 750 ml. | Item#44852

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    Primary Grape: Touriga Nacional | All Grapes: Touriga Nacional

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  8. Taylor Fladgate Vintage Porto

    2003 / 750 ml. | Item#21934

    RP9898 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 31st Oct 2005
    The 2003 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port improved each time I raised it to my nose or mouth. It displays a black color and a salty, graphite-laced nose packed with sweet black fruits that is reminiscent of a stellar vintage of Chateau Latour. With air, notes of molasses, burnt sugar, spices, and jammy plums emanate from the glass. Full-bodied, hugely dense, immensely rich, as well as thick, this behemoth is also amazingly balanced and harmonious. Raisins, molasses, licorice, black cherries, plums, and a distinctive note of violets are found in its complex, seamless character. Its interminable finish reveals additional notes of chocolate, kirsch, red as well as black currants, dark cherries, and rose blossoms. Armed with exceptional power, depth, and purity, this Taylor will proudly stand shoulder to shoulder with the finest ever crafted by the Fladgate Partnership. Projected maturity: 2035–2060.
    WE9797 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 2/1/2007
    Inky purple in color, this youngest Taylor vintage Port boasts a floral, wonderfully open and appealing bouquet, backed by layers of rich fruit. What makes this wine extra special is the seductive texture — somewhere between creamy and syrupy — and ample length. Hold.
    WS9696 pts. - Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2005
    The 2003 vintage surrounds Taylor’s classically hard-core iron grip with fruit that’s generous, succulent and rich. The aromas of violets and spice seem to rise out of a blast of black rock, the muscular tannin inseparable from the fresh fruit. Though the ripeness and richness of the vintage tends to blur many of the distinctions among the best Ports, the relatively dry style of Taylor stands out, the extreme power of its structure bringing to mind a wrought iron fence stretching off into the distance. Winemaker David Guimaraens describes 2003 as a concentrating year, and points to 1966 as a parallel to the vintage. Likely the longest lived of the ’03s, this should be drinking best from 2033 through 2055, then mature into a firm old age for decades after.
    ST93+93+ pts. - Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar - Jan/Feb 2006
    Bright, saturated ruby. Vibrant, pure aromas of blackberry, violet and bitter chocolate. Juicy, minerally, precise and penetrating, but quite primary and unevolved today. Shows strong but integrated acidity and a tight kernel of fruit. Best today on the slow-building, rising, aristocratic finish. But today the wine’s tannins are less obvious than its acids. This seems distinctly less ripe and chewy that the great 2000 Taylor’s but it’s still extremely unevolved. Latour-like in its structure and reserve.
    SP92+92–94 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jul 31, 2005
    [Barrel tasting] This is solid and powerful, with the dense mouthfeel of a big and rich young Port. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins and a long finish. Very tight and muscular. Almost 95–100. I expected a little more, but it could turn out even better after bottling.
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  9. Bogle Vineyards Petite Sirah Port

    2017 / 500 ml. | Item#23766

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    Primary Grape: Petite Sirah | All Grapes: 100% Petite Sirah

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  11. Fonseca Siroco Dry White Porto

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#18205

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    Primary Grape: Malvasia | All Grapes: Malvasia

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  12. Graham’s 10 Year Old Tawny Port

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#26326

    SP9292 pts. - Wine Spectator - Web only – 2018
    Date, fig and mulled plum fruit flavors form this broad and juicy core. Cinnamon, black tea and hazelnut notes fill in the background. Shows some power, with the cut and drive for balance. Drink now. 30,000 cases made.
    WE9191 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 12/1/2014
    The wine is rich, ripe and fruity with good acidity as well as a bite of spirit and old-wood aging. It is well balanced, keeping the freshness of a 10-Year-Old while also showing good signs of its wood aging. Just what a 10-Year-Old should be.
    WS8787 pts. - Wine & Spirits - October 1, 2004
    Fruit-leather flavors of dried apricot combine with a sweeter tone, like baba au rhum. this is a dark tones, pleasantly woody wine for dried fruit or nuts.
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  13. Graham’s Six Grapes Reserve Porto

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#55400

    RP8888 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 31st Jan 2019
    The NV Six Grapes Reserve Port is a blend of typical grapes aged in used wood for up to three years. It comes in with 114 grams per liter of residual sugar and was bottled with a bar-top cork in August 2018. In the Symington lineup this issue, this iconic brand is the polar opposite of the Dow. In comparison, the Dow is rounder and bigger but also a bit flatter and with less well-defined fruit, while this is more lifted and fresher, with better focus and more intensity on the finish. It has a beautiful expression of fruit as well. I’ve seen it available on the street for a lot less than that “suggested” release price, so don’t hesitate to look around.
    WE8888 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 12/31/2011
    A dry wine, firmly tannic, although also with acidity and black currant fruit. Spices and licorice add interest, while the tannins finish this attractive wine.
    SP8787 pts. - Wine Spectator - Dec 31, 2010
    Lots of sweet dark plum and sweet cherry flavors dominate, with plenty of milk chocolate. Clean and balanced on the straightforward finish. Drink now. 30,000 cases made.
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  14. Graham’s Tawny Porto Aged 30 Years

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#36259

    SP9595 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jun 30, 2018
    Broad in feel and dark in profile, with walnut and hazelnut notes followed by flavors of brown bread, dried fig, bitter orange, singed almond and juniper. A lovely flash of green tea adds sparkle and detail on the finish, but this stays reliant on its bass line throughout. Drink now. 1,200 cases made.
    WE9595 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 11/1/2007
    Remarkably, this is able to show age and long cask aging, but the flavor is still here: figs and honey, balanced out with burnt caramel aged acidity and a rich (but not sweet) finish. Excellent, top quality aged tawny.
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  15. Niepoort Tawny

    NV / 750 ml. | Item#37430

    SP8787 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jun 30, 2012
    Redolent of sweet cherry, with peppery notes and plenty of slate, followed by ripe currant on the finish. Drink now. 7,750 cases made.
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