Rozes LBV 2010 (20%)

Throughout its 150-year history, Rozes has been French-owned. The Rozes winery was founded in 1855 by Ostendo Rozes, who worked for years in Bordeaux as a wine seller. Ostendo’s son Edmond Rozes continued production and made it an international brand. Today, it is owned by Vranken Pommery, a company better known…

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Dow’s Finest Reserve Port (20%)

Dow’s Winery dates back to 1798 and is one of the few producers of port wine with a purely Portuguese background. Through various mergers, Dow’s has grown into a big player and is world famous especially in vintage port wines. Dow’s Finest Reserve is a ruby-style port wine. Its production begins…

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Kopke Fine White Port (19.50%)

Kopke is the oldest port wine maker, founded as early as 1638, before port wines still existed as a concept. Kopke is the market leader in Tawny Colheita and white port wines. Today, Kopke is part of the Sogevinus Group, the fifth largest port wine producer. The white grapes are peeled,…

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Noilly Prat Original Dry (18%)

Noilly Prat is the oldest vermouth brand in France. It was published by the French gentlemens Noilly and Prat in the mid-19th century. Their company and factory were set up in Marseillan, France, where production still exists today. The company was later acquired by the Italian Martini & Rossi, which in…

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Martini Riserva Speciale Rubino (18%)

Riserva Speciale is the second half of the Martini & Rossi special vermouth series. Rubino means ruby (red) in Italian. The second product in the series, Ambrato, is a light and dry vermouth. In this special series, the various herbal extracts have matured in oak barrels for at least two months…

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Calem Fine Tawny Port (19.50%)

Antonio Alves Calem founded a winery of his own name in the city of Porto in 1859. Calem quickly grew fastly in focusing wine exports to Brazil, a new market in the world. Today, Calem is a big player, whose products can also be found extensively in supermarkets in the Baltic…

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L’Heraud Pineau des Charentes (17%)

Pineau is a special product from the Cognac region. It's a fortified wine or liqueur wine like sherry or port wine. Pineau (des Charentes is the river in Cognac region) is made from grape juice or must, with some cognac added to reach 17% ABV. Matured in oak casks for several…

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Sandeman Imperial Reserve Tawny Port (20%)

The Sandeman Winery was founded as early as 1790, by George Sandeman. Sandeman specializes in the import and manufacture of port wines and sherries and has remained on that path to this day. Today, it is one of the largest producers of port and sherry. Sandeman Tawny is made using the…

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Martini & Rossi Vermouth Rosso (15%)

Rosso vermouth is the original and first product of Martini & Rossi, from which the manufacture of their vermouths began in 1863. Rosso is the creation of Luigi Rossi, he originally developed this blend of local wines and Italian herbs. The recipe for the drink is, of course, a well-kept secret,…

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Dolin Dry Vermouth (17.5%)

The birthplace of vermouths is Italy, but they have also been produced in France since 1815. Together with Noilly Prat, Dolin is one of the most famous French vermouths. Dolin is made from Ugni Blanc wine where added 17 different herbs and spices and sweetened with sugar (25g per liter). Dolin…

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