A portion of all sales of their P.S. Marion Tawny go to support putting the steam back in the P.S. Marion...one of the finest steamer paddle boats every to grace the Murray River in Australia. You see their owner has a thing for history. You see it all around his Cellar Door and Cellars. This has nice brown sugar, molasses, golden & regular raisins, prunes, tea, light brewed coffee, nuts with skin, toffee, dry pineapple, orange peel, marmalade, fruit blossoms, apricot & peach. The finish is brilliantly rich, thick with good round acidity. — 13 days ago
Incredible depth and complexity. Smoky apricot. Only six bottles distributed in Texas. A family Port from Portugal - only two barrels in existence. A taste of a lifetime. 1855. — 22 days ago
Vanilla, hazelnuts, blood orange, raspberry compote, balsamic, sweet yet balanced, long finish — 17 days ago
Bottling n. 101.
The bottle looks fantastic and the liquid inside was extremely special too. I am not sure what it is the process for these wines; is it a vintage port or a tawny? I remember something about this wine being vintaged until 1947(?). Very good stuff though, anytime you see this bottle shape just grab it, you won't regret ✌️ — 14 days ago
Heel lekker. Goeie tawny! — 2 days ago
Nice value port, 10 year Tawny from a winery that has lots of experience in quality port. Auburn color in the glass with a beautiful tear drop leg after swirling. On the nose it's got a leather cigar, dusty, almost nail polish aroma. On the palate it's heavy as you'd expect with the high alcohol. Caramel and butterscotch taste shine though, great sipper by itself, cigar wine, or with any desert. — 6 days ago
Lovely. A bit of light fruit with the complex nut tones in the middle and late. Vanilla, walnut and pecan. Balanced and well thought out.
— 11 days ago
Trevlig port! Dracks till kex och Sivans ost. Dracks hemma. — 14 days ago