Dow's Vintage 1985 Port Wine
    • Dow's Vintage 1985 Port Wine

    Dow's Vintage 1985 Port Wine

    Dow’s Vintage Ports are only produced in years of exceptional quality and represent only a very small part of the total company’s production in that year. Vintage 1985 by Dow's presents a purple-black, austere, complex and intensely concentrated, full-bodied and balanced with very fine peppery tannins

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    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. The Port shipping business was continued by Bruno’s son, John da Silva who in 1862 brought into partnership Frederick William Cosens. 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. In 1877, Silva & Cosens merged with another leading Port company, Dow & Co.

    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

    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.

    Dow’s attractive and distinctive drier finish is the recognisable hallmark of the wines from this great Port house.

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    Data sheet

    Country
    Portugal
    Region
    Douro
    Type
    Fortified
    Year
    1985
    Cast
    Touriga Franca and Touriga Nacional
    Enjoy
    Ideal with a dessert, dark chocolate, cheese or on its own at the end of a meal.
    Tasting Notes
    Excellent ruby colour, with rich and complex aromas of mature berry fruit and hints of spices. On the palate good fruit flavours, full bodied, excellent round tannins and a long lingering finish
    Consumption
    16 - 18ºC
    Ageing
    In seasoned oak casks for some 18 months
    Wine Maker
    Peter Symington
    Alcohol
    20%
    Weight
    1.5
    Bottle Size
    750 ml

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