Vintage Port

Aligote Winery

Port

Light amber in color with a wide brick/ yellow rim.

Strong sweet nose of Indian spices, coffee, mocha, tobacco, earth, honey, alcohol, caramel, vanilla, caramel, oak and black pepper.

Full bodied and bold with medium plus acidity and long legs.

Sweet on the palate with caramel, chocolates, coffee, peppercorn, spices, earth, light vegetables, mocha, peppercorn, earth, wood, vanilla, cloves, tobacco and espresso.

Long finish with tangy tangerine.

This Israeli port is just wonderful. Good by itself as a dessert. Well balanced and soft.

Although this is a non vintage, I'm pretty sure this has spent many years in neutral Oak barrels. Very interesting and complex. Loved it.

Paired very nicely with vanilla ice cream.

Thank you David and Elvira for sharing this delicious wine with me.

20% alcohol by volume.

96 points.

$25.
— 3 days ago

Peter, Trixie and 8 others liked this
Anthony De Blasi

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Cockburn's

Vintage Port Blend 1994

AEL
9.0

1994, well stored. Probably slightly past peak. Prunes, sour brandy note, a nutty quality too. Sweet on palate though. Classy port, now with slightly less punch than it likely once had. Pleasure to drink it, especially decanted and given 30 minutes. In Maine; Ed's last significant bottle. — 5 days ago

Adriano Ramos Pinto

Vintage Porto 1997

Great finish to our dinner and enjoyed with our pots de creme dessert. Ripe blackberries, chocolate and coffee flavors with a very appealing level of sweetness — 12 days ago

Royal Oporto (Real Companhia Velha)

Late Bottle Vintage Port Blend 2011

This shows even more promise of the 2011 vintage and is very youthful.
Opened for 4 hrs, just opened, not decanted.
Raisins, figs, and a slight jammy fruitiness aromas. Plums, blackberries, chocolate, toffee, and a hint of butterscotch.
Hard to beat for $20
— 13 days ago

David, Daniel and 2 others liked this

Fonseca

Guimarens Vintage Porto Port Blend 2015

Founded in 1822 and still managed by successive generations of the Guimaraens family. This is something special and should be set down for many years. I opened this bottle early to celebrate my Mom’s 86th birthday, which was a very special occasion. Dark purple with complex aromas of berry & currants with notes of dry herbs. On the palate lots of rich dark berry flavors, with cedar, pepper and mineral at the core. Dense tannins, lingering ending with a statement. Very nice! — 18 days ago

Daniel P., Dawn and 1 other liked this

Dow's

Master Blend Finest Reserve Port 2012

I won't beat poetically around the bush. This vintage Port (2012) is nothing short of astounding. It's got the savory nose one expects on a tawny, but bigger, blacker, more brutish. A heavy whiff of smoke never goes away, and the earthy aromatics stay right behind. The palate lets the fruit shine through, sweet and sultry, with an amazing level of acidity and oh-so-firm tannins. It's a great sip, but I'm saving the last glass to have with a steak. — 9 days ago

Daniel P., Shay and 7 others liked this

Caves Messias

Vintage Porto 1903

Tastes like raisins baking in the sun with heavy vanilla and Caramel on the back end. I think it’s the best port I’ve ever had. ♥️♥️ — 13 days ago

Turd FergusonBuffy sommers
with Turd and Buffy
Laura and David liked this

Fonseca

Guimaraens Vintage Porto Port Blend 2012

David T
9.3

Hedy’s dessert-Chocolate Soufflé with Cream. Paired with the 2012 Fronseca Guimararens Vintage Port. Yum!

Certainly early on the Port but, the only 375ml I could find in my cabinets before dinner.

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— 12 days ago

Christina ChampagneJames
with Christina and James
Daniel, Bob and 16 others liked this

Warre & Co's

Vintage Port 1963

Beautiful vintage port with well blended flavors and rich warm finish. 56 years have been good for this port.🍷🍷. A pleasure to share. — 2 days ago

Ray ContiJoe Becerra
with Ray and Joe

Taylor Fladgate

Vintage Port Blend 1970

Shay A
9.5

Another Wednesday Wine Committee for the books, this one in honor of a former WWC member, with the wines donates from his cellar by his family. A wonderful tribute. Wines tasted blind as usual.

Just incredible. I guessed early ‘70s vintage port. So much life ahead. Baked blackberry pie, old graham cracker & cherry liqueur with a finish that hardly ends. Fantastic!
— 22 days ago

Dan FitzgeraldWill AdamsBenjamin Keator
with Dan, Will and 2 others
David, Bob and 30 others liked this
Scott Rose

Scott Rose

That port will outlive us all.