Required Cookies: These cookies are necessary to facilitate the correct navigation of our website and ensure that the content loads efficiently, allowing the correct use of the different options or services that exist in it, such as the purchase process.
Analytical Cookies: They generate a user ID, which is used to count how many times a user visits the site. It also records when was the first and last time you visited the website. It also calculates when a session has ended and the traffic source. They are also used for Remarketing, registration of events and actions carried out by the user.
Marketing Cookies: They contain a unique randomly generated value that allows the Platform to distinguish between browsers and devices. This information is used to measure the performance of advertisements and provide product recommendations based on statistical data
Dark topaz. Floral aroma, spices and evolution. Taste round, very soft and fresh. Very long end.
Intense selection of bunches followed by a pre-fermentative maceration for 5 days, fermentation very slowly homogeneously throughout the vat followed by a post-fermentative maceration of 5 long months.
The final stage is made in barrels of 225 liters of French Oak (used 2 to 3 Wines)
<p>John Blandy, the founder of Blandy’s arrived in Madeira in 1808. In 1811 he founded his own business as a wine shipper and general trader, with brothers Thomas and George, and started to set the foundation for the family and the island itself with the production of the most famous and unique wine in the world – Madeira wine</p> <p></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. </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><span>Cálem was founded in 1859 by António Alves Cálem, who took good advantage of the liberal trade regime in the Douro region.</span></p> <p><span><span>The profile of Cálem makes it a true ambassador brand of Porto. Extremely popular, with a relaxed, adventurous and consensual image, Cálem is the undisputed leader in the Portuguese market. Its reputation crosses generations and, for many, Port wine means Cálem</span></span></p>
<p>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.</p> <p>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</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>Dow’s attractive and distinctive drier finish is the recognisable hallmark of the wines from this great Port house</p> <p> </p>
<p>John Blandy, the founder of Blandy’s arrived in Madeira in 1808. In 1811 he founded his own business as a wine shipper and general trader, with brothers Thomas and George, and started to set the foundation for the family and the island itself with the production of the most famous and unique wine in the world – Madeira wine</p> <p></p>
<p>The House of Sandeman was founded in London in 1790 by George Sandeman, a young Scot from Perth who decided to invest £300 borrowed from his father in creating a business marketing wines from Porto (Portugal) and Jerez (Spain). </p> <p>Always a pioneer, Sandeman was the first company to brand its name on a cask with a hot iron. In 1805, the GSC (George Sandeman Co.) signature was a guarantee of quality for the wine it sold. It was also one of the first companies to label and advertise its wines, which in the early nineteenth century were already being exported to several countries in Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia. </p> <p>For over two centuries, Sandeman has based its success on a rare capacity for innovation and expertise handed down from generation to generation. Currently, Sandeman clearly stands out as "the" worldwide Port Wine and Sherry brand and proudly signs: "Sandeman, Famous for Pleasure."</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>Bacalhôa Vinhos de Portugal, S.A., one of the largest and most innovative wine companies in Portugal, has developed over the years a wide range of wines that has earned it a solid reputation and the preference of national and international consumers. Present in 7 Portuguese winegrowing regions, with a total of 1200ha of vineyards, 40 farms, 40 different vineyards and 4 vinous centers (cellars), the company is distinguished in the market by its size and autonomy in 70% in the own production</p>
<p class="hiddeh1">Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo is a place of extreme beauty in the heart of Douro valley and owned by Amorim family since 1999. But the «quinta» is much earlier than this and history confirms it as a great land belonging to the Portuguese Royal House, having been identified its first owner in 1725.</p> <p class="hiddeh1">Mirabillis, Quinta Nova Vintage, Pomares, Grainha and Quinta Nova Red and White wine</p>
<p>This fortified wine dates back to the 14th century and reached its golden period by the laborious hands and sharp mind of Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo - Marquês de Pombal and Conde de Oeiras. Carcavelos' wine ran the world. It entered the most varied cultures. It has even given part of its 'soul' to Port wine in order to give it a 'body' and a superior taste. From this fertile and auspicious period, it fell to levels that without the intervention of the municipality was expected to cease to exist.</p> <p>It took hold and recovered and today, the vineyard continues to produce, on the hillside facing the Tejo, in the land that has always been fertile, shaken by the wind that is typical of us, the grape varieties. In the white, Galego Dourado, the Ratinho, the Arinto, the Rabo-de-Ovelha and the Seara-Nova; in the red, the perfect combination between the castes Castelão, Amostrinha and Trincadeira. Grapes that mixed in the exact measure, like alchemy, gives origin to our generous.</p>
<p>Vallegre - Vinhos do Porto S.A. is a portuguese company with centuries old tradition which has embraced the continuity of a family business for five generations deeply rooted in the Douro region</p> <p></p>