Warre's

Vintage Porto Port Blend

9.245 ratings
9.115 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Top Notes For
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
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.

1 person found it helpfulDec 27th, 2018
Michael Eighmey

VP Sales Anthony Road Wine Company

9.0

1994 Warre Vintage Porto ... Originally purchased for $12 a bottle in 1997 ... A real delight ...

1994 Warre Vintage Porto ... Originally purchased for $12 a bottle in 1997 ... A real delight ...

Dec 26th, 2014
Aaron Means

Still sooooo lovely. Smells of musk and mushrooms and prunes. Tastes like a mouthful of sweet sun raisined fruit, little medicinal, with back wafts of green veggies. Lots of acidity that's lifts the fruit without being cloying.

Still sooooo lovely. Smells of musk and mushrooms and prunes. Tastes like a mouthful of sweet sun raisined fruit, little medicinal, with back wafts of green veggies. Lots of acidity that's lifts the fruit without being cloying.

Mar 1st, 2014
Leo Gentile

Pale garnet color with no brick at all. Raisins and alcohol in the nose with hints of spice leather and grape jam. Jammy fruit on the palate. Delicious and glad@to have another in the cellar!

Pale garnet color with no brick at all. Raisins and alcohol in the nose with hints of spice leather and grape jam. Jammy fruit on the palate. Delicious and glad@to have another in the cellar!

Jan 2nd, 2022
Timothy Lynch

The cork did not look promising. In fact it looked downright depressing as it disintegrated into dry pulp on its torturous journey from the bottle. And yet, somehow the port was in pretty good condition.

The cork did not look promising. In fact it looked downright depressing as it disintegrated into dry pulp on its torturous journey from the bottle. And yet, somehow the port was in pretty good condition.

Dec 23rd, 2018
Jeff Hollinden

Sweet cherries, chocolate and coffee. Beautiful.

Sweet cherries, chocolate and coffee. Beautiful.

Jul 9th, 2016
Spinning_spins

Good at first, with blue and black fruit aromas sprinkled with slate, umami and musky aromas. Similar fruit on the palate, with a typical long, Port finish. Aromas totally fell off 1.5 hours after opening.

Good at first, with blue and black fruit aromas sprinkled with slate, umami and musky aromas. Similar fruit on the palate, with a typical long, Port finish. Aromas totally fell off 1.5 hours after opening.

Oct 6th, 2015
Erica Lasswell

Awesome vintage!

Awesome vintage!

Dec 17th, 2014
Steve Anderson

Dessert, Part 1.

Dessert, Part 1.

Mar 31st, 2014