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Wine Spectator: "Mostly Tourigas Nacional and Franca, with 10 percent Sousão, this wine’s purple fruit is heady and sweet, grounded by chewy grape-skin tannins. It’s a rich wine with some hard edges, ready to meld with slow-braised pork." (02/2019)
Price: $14.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Alfrocheiro was partly (85%) aged for 24 months in well used French barriques, the rest in stainless steel. Although this qualified as a Reserve, it is not really marketed as such. Given the late release, this is pretty much ready to roll right now. Bursting with flavor, this is laced with cherry and strawberry nuances. It doesn't have a lot of depth or concentration, but it does have some structure that gives it life and it is wonderfully aromatic. Then, the silky texture and the intensity of flavor nua...

Sidonia de Sousa is a member of a group of Portuguese wineries that celebrate the baga grape and have come to be known as the "Baga Friends." This wine is 100% Baga and, according to the winery, "applying the Dujac-style in its fermentation (whole cluster pressed), the often fierce Baga grape lends way to a wonderful sweet middle fruit, smooth, earthy and ripe with a superb future."
Price: $16.99

100 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is going to be a major, impressive wine. All the elements are there: ripe blackberry fruit, powerful acidity, dense tannins and spice. It has the structure to live on for decades. Drink from 2030. (RV)" (12/2019) 95 points Wine Spectator: "Warm and lush in style, featuring blueberry and açaí berry reduction flavors that glide over melted licorice and melted chocolate notes, revealing a seductive fruitcake hint on the rich finish. The grip of the vintage hangs in the background, resulting in a showy, fruit-bomb style. T...

91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Meandro do Vale Meão is a blend of 30% Touriga Franca, 40% Touriga Nacional, 20% Tinta Roriz and various others, all aged for 14 months in used French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. Take a bottling that always performs well for a modest price, add a vintage that produced a lot of ripe fruit and you might get one of the finest Meandros ever made. Not quite bottled when seen (but the final blend), this shows exceptional concentration for the level, vivid fruit and surprising freshness. The tannins are...

Herdade do Rocim is located in the lower Alentejo region (southern Portugal). This property got its start in 2000 focusing primarily on local grapes like Aragonez, Touriga Nacional and Alicante Bouschet. They also work with several international grapes like Cabernet and Syrah, which is becoming more common in the Alentejo region. The "Mariana" is a blend of Alicante Bouschet, Aragonez, Cabernet Sauvignon and Trincadeira. This is a consummate food wine with notes of dried herbs, baking spices and ripe black fruit. It has a wonderful, sweet mid-palate that...
Price: $12.99

A blend of mainly Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz (tempranillo), Quinta do Popa's latest Douro release is a fine reflection of a cooler vintage, a wine that is relatively high toned and bright compared to the norm of richer, more darkly fruited wines in this warm region. That said, the winery typically does produce a more elegant style, as indicated by their large portion of Touriga Franca (as opposed to Touriga Nacional) grapes. A delicious, stylish Douro for drinking now.
Price: $18.99

Wine Enthusiast: "This is a generous wine, ripe with blackberry fruits. A blend of Castelão and Aragonez grapes, it has a rich texture, the tannins softly integrated into the full fruitiness. Juicy acidity completes a well-structured wine. (RV)" (04/2018)
Price: $10.99

Palato do Côa started in 2008, when winemaker Carlos Magalhães and five of his friends acquired 7.5 hectares of old vines alongside 8.5 hectares of new vines. The vineyard is located right in the Upper Douro area, within the Douro region, which is not only the oldest wine region in the world, but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. More specifically, the vines are planted in Muxagata, a small village in Vila Nova de Foz Côa. A place that holds one of the best terroirs in the region, combining schist soils with a unique micro climate that resona...
Price: $34.99

Quinta de Roriz is one of the oldest and finest estates in the Douro and has been owned by the van Zeller family since 1815. Historical records show that Roriz was the very first Quinta Port to be exported and the first Quinta to establish an international reputation for the quality of its wines. During much of the 19th Century, Roriz was considered one of the greatest of Vintage Ports, and it is intended to re-establish this standing in the 21st Century.
Price: $16.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Tinto Quinta de Saes is a blend of 30% each of Touriga Nacional and Alfrocheiro, 25% Jaen and the rest Tinta Roriz. About half the barrels were aged for 14 months, the other half for 18 months, in well-used French barriques (8+ years old). It comes in at 13% alcohol. In many respects, this is merely a fruity little red, but the concentration and structure for the level distinguish it to some extent. Then, it adds typical freshness, making it lively. This is very well done. It can hold too, not that it is intended ...
Price: $19.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Meandro do Vale Meão is a blend of 33% Touriga Franca, 45% Touriga Nacional, 15% Tinta Roriz, with Tinta Barroca and Alicante Bouschet for the rest, all aged for 14 months in used French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. This was bottled a few weeks before tasting. Another 2017 with big flavor and expressive fruit, this also has a fresh feel, reasonable concentration and a beautiful, long finish. It adds admirable mid-palate finesse too. It sometimes seems a bit lighter and fresher, but its utterly gorgeo...

A savory, dark fruited Douro red, produced from a field blend of typical Douro varieties, co-fermented and with some whole clusters included, this particular bottling of the TDE (Trans Douro Express!) is delicious. It is also all from the sub-zone of the Douro that tends to be the coolest and dampest, producing particularly well balanced and elegant reds.
Price: $20.99

The Trás-os-Montes is a remote region located north of the Duero Valley. It’s currently run by Maria Antónia Mascarenhas with winemaker Rui Cunha, who also makes the wines at Covela.
Price: $21.99



98-100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend aged for approximately 20 months in wood. It comes in with 100 grams of residual sugar. A step up (or two) on the 2016, this shows fine depth, more focus, vivid fruit and serious power. It's not particularly thick, austere or astringent, but this is built for the long haul. It is potentially a great Taylor's, effortlessly combining brilliant fruit and structure. It tastes great now (today, it is far more vivid than its Vi...

97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Capela da Quinta do Vesúvio Vintage Port is principally a field blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Sousão and Alicante Bouschet, coming in with 109 grams of residual sugar. It shows even drier. If the regular Vesuvio was pretty terrific, this is even better. Not quite as lush and sexy, it is tighter, better textured and more intense. Bursting with flavor too, this has rich chocolate-cherry nuances and a long, long finish. This is pretty super, one of my favorite wines in this vintage. Yes, everyo...

2017 Graham's Vintage Port
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98 points Decanter: "Based on Touriga Franca from south-facing slopes at Quinta dos Malvedos, with Touriga Nacional from quintas Vila Velha and Vale de Mealhadas (both predominantly north-facing), topped out with fruit from old vines at Quinta da Tua and 10% Sousão. It's a very deep blue-black colour with an expressive, super-ripe nose of plum, mint and bergamot which springs from the glass. The palate is rich, velvety and voluptuous in typical Graham’s style. The initial richness makes the tannins, which show up on the ripe, broad, mouthwatering finish....

96-98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend (with typical grapes like Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca) aged for approximately 20 months in used French oak. It comes in with 98 grams of residual sugar, a little drier on paper than its Taylor sibling this year. Sappy and sensational in flavor and fruit, this seemingly has moderate tannins around the edges on first taste, velvety texture and a long finish. Despite the first...

2017 Fonseca Vintage Port
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96-98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vintage Port, not quite bottled when seen but the final blend, is a field blend (with typical grapes like Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Roriz and Tinta Barroca) aged for approximately 20 months in used French oak. It comes in with 98 grams of residual sugar, a little drier on paper than its Taylor sibling this year. Sappy and sensational in flavor and fruit, this seemingly has moderate tannins around the edges on first taste, velvety texture and a long finish. Despite the first...

98 points Wine Spectator: "This is well-packed, offering the vivid plum, boysenberry, cassis and açaí berry fruit profile of the vintage, along with a dark edge of tar, baker’s chocolate and salted licorice that courses underneath. The long finish lets the fruit play out, keeping singed alder and chai spice hints in the background. Smolderingly seductive. (JM)" (10/2019) 97 points James Suckling: "Big grip in this wine with dark blackberries, blueberries and floral notes. Fine tannins. Ripe but sweet and pretty. Shows a lovely finish. Try after 2027. (...

Bid on this bottle of Leacock ''Solera 1872'' Madeira. John Leacock sailed to Madeira from the United Kingdom (after the death of his father) in 1741 and at the age of 15, became the youngest apprentice at the firm of Madeira merchants (Catanach and Murdoch), and stayed until his contract expired on 11 March 1749. During his apprenticeship, he had been in constant contact with an old school friend, John Patient, residing at that time in Charles Town, South Carolina, who suggested that they themselves should commence trading. Leacock agreed and this marks the birth of the now world famous company.
Starting Bid: $300.00