Warre's

Vintage Porto Port Blend

9.2297 ratings
9.188 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Blue Cheese, Chocolate & Caramel, Vanilla & Caramel, Salami & Prosciutto, Fruit & Berries, Baking Spices, Pungent Cheese, Fruit Desserts, Soft Cheese, Chocolate & Coffee
Top Notes For
"Odedi"

Dark orange in color with a brick hue.

Sweet nose of peaches, cherries, sweet strawberries, figs, raisins, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, Indian spices, vanilla, wood, smoke and milk chocolates.

Full bodied and bold with high acidity.

Sweet on the palate with cooked plums, sweet cherries, dried figs, tobacco, spices, wood, vanilla, cloves, dark coffee, Indian spices, nutmeg, cinnamon and limes.

Long sweet and spicy finish with lemons and peppercorn.

This almost 50 year old Vintage Port is a great dessert wine. Interesting and tasty. Spicy and complex.

I really enjoyed the nose here, actually, better than the palate, although I loved the complexity. Very unique and special.

I paired it with a chocolate Sunday with macadamia nuts and a chocolate fudge.

20% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

$250.

Dark orange in color with a brick hue.

Sweet nose of peaches, cherries, sweet strawberries, figs, raisins, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, Indian spices, vanilla, wood, smoke and milk chocolates.

Full bodied and bold with high acidity.

Sweet on the palate with cooked plums, sweet cherries, dried figs, tobacco, spices, wood, vanilla, cloves, dark coffee, Indian spices, nutmeg, cinnamon and limes.

Long sweet and spicy finish with lemons and peppercorn.

This almost 50 year old Vintage Port is a great dessert wine. Interesting and tasty. Spicy and complex.

I really enjoyed the nose here, actually, better than the palate, although I loved the complexity. Very unique and special.

I paired it with a chocolate Sunday with macadamia nuts and a chocolate fudge.

20% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

$250.

Jan 21st, 2019
Brent Clayton

Mixed emotions on this. Bought on release. It’s at the very young side of drinkable-opaque ruby color almost translucent but very dark. Primary fruit and hints of coffee/chocolate. Alcohol a bit out of sync. It seemed to integrate after 8 hours but the leftovers at 24 hours were still a bit hot. Double decanted and filtered for sediment and a busted cork.

Mixed emotions on this. Bought on release. It’s at the very young side of drinkable-opaque ruby color almost translucent but very dark. Primary fruit and hints of coffee/chocolate. Alcohol a bit out of sync. It seemed to integrate after 8 hours but the leftovers at 24 hours were still a bit hot. Double decanted and filtered for sediment and a busted cork.

Dec 27th, 2018
Eric Bass

My life: pairing 41 year old vintage port with take out cheeseburger and fries. Bad karma and a particularly bad omen. Somebody please shoot me.

My life: pairing 41 year old vintage port with take out cheeseburger and fries. Bad karma and a particularly bad omen. Somebody please shoot me.

Sep 12th, 2018
Cristóbal Arellano Borges

Magnum Port? Yes please.

Magnum Port? Yes please.

Feb 20th, 2018
Brent Clayton

Magnificent bottle. Perfectly resolved. In that velvety smooth stage where the alcohol is integrated and it is silky and refined on the palate. Color is translucent dark ruby on the pour, but still dark in the glass.

Magnificent bottle. Perfectly resolved. In that velvety smooth stage where the alcohol is integrated and it is silky and refined on the palate. Color is translucent dark ruby on the pour, but still dark in the glass.

Jan 4th, 2018
Meg Herring

Smooth cherries and anisette — yum!! 🍒

Smooth cherries and anisette — yum!! 🍒

Nov 29th, 2017
Beau Carson

Big, tannic, and young. Drank a little hot.

Big, tannic, and young. Drank a little hot.

Oct 30th, 2017
Maggie Harrison

House style is ripe, fruity. This is drinking perfect. Personal rating on this one because I much prefer a drier, higher acid port of any type.

House style is ripe, fruity. This is drinking perfect. Personal rating on this one because I much prefer a drier, higher acid port of any type.

Sep 23rd, 2017
Perry Riddle

An uncharacteristically burly Warre's but retaining the characteristic floral aroma and high toned cherry notes. I think it's drinking at peak but will hold until 2030 or so.

An uncharacteristically burly Warre's but retaining the characteristic floral aroma and high toned cherry notes. I think it's drinking at peak but will hold until 2030 or so.

Sep 16th, 2017
Lee Pitofsky

Chocolate covered raspberries, brown sugar and vanilla

Chocolate covered raspberries, brown sugar and vanilla

Aug 10th, 2017