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Especially suitable for strong meat dishes that are well seasoned and with fat, such as roasts and stews
Concentrated in the aroma, with notes of wild fruits wrapped in a floral touch, and some spice. Soft and round in the mouth, with soft tannins coming from well integrated wood, revealing a persistent and complex final set
<p>Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal’s Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. This makes Graham’s a pioneer since always. </p> <p>Today five cousins of Symington family share responsibility for every aspect of the company and personally make the Graham’s wines</p> <p></p> <p></p>
<p>Fonseca has belonged to the first rank of Vintage Port producers since the nineteenth century. Its Vintage Ports are noted for their luscious fruitiness which develops great opulence and complexity with age.</p> <p>This Brand was created in 1815 by two families, Fonseca and Monteiro. Then came the Guimaraens family who led the firm for over the century and established its reputation as a 'first growth' Vintage Port house. And finally the Yeatmans and their descendants who steered the company successfully through the second half of the 20th century and into the new millennium.</p> <p>Fonseca Bin 27, Fonseca Vintage,Quinta do Panascal and Fonseca Guimaraens Vintage are their most famous Port wines</p> <p></p>
<p><span>The story of Dow’s is unusual amongst all the great Port houses. It began in 1798 when Bruno da Silva, a Portuguese merchant from Oporto, made a journey which was the opposite to that of the first British merchants. <span>The Port shipping business was continued by Bruno’s son, John da Silva who in 1862 brought into partnership Frederick William Cosens. <span>With the continuing expansion of the firm, Edward da Silva and Frederick Cosens were joined by George Acheson Warre, whose well known family had been involved in the Port trade since its earliest years. <span>In 1877, Silva & Cosens merged with another leading Port company, Dow & Co.</span></span></span></span></p> <p><span><span><span><span><span>Although smaller than Silva & Cosens, Dow & Co had become a very highly regarded Port producer with a particularly fine reputation for its Vintage Ports and when the two companies merged, it was decided to adopt DOW’S as the brand name</span></span></span></span></span></p> <p>For over two centuries the name of DOW has been associated with the finest Port from the vineyards of the Upper Douro Valley. Throughout the 20th Century and into the 21st, the Symington family has built on the legacy of the preceding Silva and Dow families.</p> <p><span>Dow’s attractive and distinctive drier finish is the recognisable hallmark of the wines from this great Port house.</span></p> <p></p>
<p>Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal’s Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. This makes Graham’s a pioneer since always. <br />Today five cousins of Symington family share responsibility for every aspect of the company and personally make the Graham’s wines</p> <p></p> <p> </p> <p></p>
<p>Quinta da Pacheca is one of the best known estates in the Douro region and also one of the first properties to bottle wine under its own label. It is first mentioned in a document dated April 1738 but it was only in 1903, when Dom José Freire de Serpa Pimentel decided to develop his interest in oenology, began to seriously dedicate himself to the risky business of winemaking. Today, a century and many successes later, a brand-new generation of the Serpa Pimentel family</p> <p></p> <div id="spell-place-holder"></div>
<p>Since 2005 the company is called Kompassus, and still has a philosophy of wine production based on roots and family traditions. It is dedicated to the production of wines of excellence sustained by organic production methods and sustainable viticulture practices. The company is owned by João Póvoa, an ophthalmologist by profession, but a farmer by passion</p>
<p>Sidonio de Sousa, recognized for having amongst the oldest of the baga vines in Bairrada, continues to make wine in the traditional way, resulting in juicy, fruit‐forward exquisite wines aged in old Portuguese oak, rare nowadays even in Portugal</p>