A bottle of Fonseca Panascal Vintage Port and a bottle of Messias Colheita Port
Presented in a double dark mocha leather-effect gift box
This lovely gift set comprises of two bottles of fine 2004 port and shows the diversity of the port styles. It includes a vintage port and a barrel aged port, both presented in a double dark mocha leather effect gift box as illustrated. One to drink and one to keep!
Quinta Do Panascal Vintage Port
The wines of Quinta Do Panascal are rich, with voluptuous fruitiness, mouth filling density and a velvety texture. Being one of the most highly regarded vineyards in the Douro Valley, these ports are a pure expression of the estate’s terroir. These wines are approachable at an earlier stage but still offering the exceptional structure to lay down and enjoy a delicious vintage port for years to come.
Price: £72.95 (1 in Stock)
Pessac Leognan the 2nd wine of Ch. Haut Brion
Much more terroir on the nose here. Riper, more complex: very earthy with notes of wild strawberry and raspberry. This is a very smooth, suave Bahans. Well-integrated tannins.
Price: £89.00 (1 in Stock)
Colheita Port (Presented in a dark mocha leather effect gift box as illustrated)
Old Tawnies from a single year, matured in cask for a minimum period of 8 years. Amber colour with a bouquet reminiscent of dried fruits and spice. Soft and velvety on the palate with a lingering finish.
Price: £30.00 (2 in Stock)
Colheita Port- Presented In branded wooden case
We are delighted to offer a UK exclusive on Burmester Colheita Ports.
The 2004 Colheita has a Complex nose with dark berries, cress, coffee Full-bodied and great balance. Smooth palate that reflects the nose. Very good length.
The 2004 Burmester Colheita Port is a classic wine of exceptional quality and elegance. The Port is made from a single harvest (a "Vintage Tawny") and aged in small 550-litre oak barrels in their Vila Nova de Gaia Cellars. It is bottled at least seven years after the harvest.
Price: £30.95 (59 in Stock)
Pauillac, 5th Growth classification
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From the very good 2004 vintage, the Chateau d'Armailhac has a ripe, fleshy nose of cooked meats, red-berried fruit, leather and roasted herbs. The wine is medium-bodied, and a mature gamey palate. A little cigar box and firm tannin - good finish.
Price: £50.00 (7 in Stock)
This wine from the very good 2004 is in a good place at the moment. Beautiful wine in a great place right now showing great value. Fruit forward for a Fronsac. Shows subtle signs of ageing. Very nice complexity, merlot, cab S. and cab F. all contributing to the different flavours present. Drinking very well at the moment, I would say this can stay a while longer in the cellar although opening now is certainly worth it.
Price: £26.95 (8 in Stock)
St Julien, 2me Cru Classe
The ’04 has a deep garnet core. The bouquet is light and tobacco-scented, quite earthy with a hint of sous-bois. Perhaps it just lacks a little vigour considering its youth? The palate is medium-bodied with light tannins, driven by the acidity, dark brambly black fruit, earthy, a touch of white pepper towards the loose-knit finish.
Price: £64.95 (9 in Stock)
Margaux Premiere Grand Cru Classe MAGNUM Bottle
With as much Merlot in the blend as the 1990 and 1996 the quality of this wine is as good as any vintage that winemaker Paul Pontallier can remember. This is as fabulous and exciting as the 2000 had been at a similar stage. The nose was simply beautiful - ripe, fine sweet, elegant and powerful with huge potential. The palate is expansive and multi-faceted. Alongside Latour, this is one of the two wines of the vintage.
Price: £845.00 (1 in Stock)
Quinta Dos Canais
Very deep and dark appearance. Blackish purple. Wonderful nose, fresh and fruity showing the larger percentage of Touriga Nacional. The palate is rich, with concentrated fruit flavours and tannins. This is how a single quinta vintage should be, with great potential for ageing but can also be appreciated without having to wait 20 years or more.
Price: £39.25 (10 in Stock)
** 90-92 Points - Robert Parker **
A strong effort from consultant Stephane Derenoncourt, the 2004 Domaine de Chevalier (65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, and equal parts Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot) is a classic Graves revealing a deep ruby/purple color, smoky, scorched earth, and graphite-like notes, and copious quantities of black currant and sweet cherry fruit. This heady, medium-bodied, elegant claret possesses the potential to develop into an exceptionally complex wine. It represents pure finesse married with impressive substance and texture.
Price: £59.95 (10 in Stock)