Dow’s Fine Tawny Port (19%)

The history of the Dow’s winery dates back to 1798, when the Portuguese merchant Bruno da Silva left to England to sell products from his own area. This was very unusual at the time, when rather English merchants left for Portugal to buy wine and set up vineyards there. Dow’s is…

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Gonzalez Byass Elegante Fino Sherry (15%)

Elegante Fino Palomino sherry comes from the same wine house as the most sold fino sherry of the world, Tio Pepe. When Tio Pepe matured at least 5 years, Elegante Fino is younger, matured around 3 years. There might also be used wines which are note eligible for producing Tio Pepe…

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Tio Pepe Fino Sherry (15%)

The founder of Gonzalez Byass, Manuel Maria Gonzalez, named ‘Tio Pepe’ after his ‘Uncle Joe’ who created his pale, very dry white wine in 1844. Uncle Joe also helps to find funding on the first wine house. Tio Pepe is the most sold fino sherry in the world. 35cl bottle was bought…

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Barbadillo Blend of Amontillado Sherry (17.50%)

Barbadillo is one of the biggest sherry producers in Spain. The wine house was established at 1821 by Benigno Barbadillo. It is still a family owned company and have a wide selection of different sherry wines. They are the most important producer of manzanilla sherries. If addition of a wide range…

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Sandeman Old Invalid Ruby Port (19.50%)

Sandeman winehouse was established at London in 1790 by young scotchman George Sandeman. Sandeman specializes in port and sherry wines already at the beginning and have kept it’s way until these days. The Sandeman trademark was registered already in 1870 and it is one of the oldest trademarks. The Golden age…

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Royal Oporto Ruby (19%)

The Real Companhia Velha was established already at 1756 at city of Porto. It is known also as Royal Oporto Wine Company, as it was built by Dom Jose I, king of Portugal. As having a long and political history, it’s oldest port wine house in Portugal and one of the…

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Porto Calem Fine Ruby (19.50%)

Porto Calem was founded by Antonio Alves Calem at 1859. Antonio started to export the wines to Brazil, which was the new market for port wines. Usually them were exported to UK and other European markets. Opening a new market proved to be successful so Porto Calem was quickly able to…

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Gonzalez Byass Cristina Medium Sherry (17.50%)

Conzalez-Byass is the biggest and best known sherry producer. The story for the company starts from 1835, when it was established by spanish Manuel Maria Gonzalez together with brittish Robert Blake Byass. The company have been working as family company already four generation. The company build it’s own winehouse at 1862…

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Sandeman Medium Sweet Sherry (15%)

Sandeman is better known of it port wines, but they are strong also on sherry region. It’s one of the oldest still working trademarks. Story tells that it was established by George Sandeman in 1790, when he got at loan of 300£ from his father, to open a port and sherry…

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Harvey’s Bristol Cream Sherry (17.50%)

Sherry was very popular in UK during 18th century. Nearly all sherry was imported through Bristol city port, so it was soon started called as Bristol Milk. There were different wine merchants which imported and blends ‘Bristol Milk’ and one of them was John Harvey, who started his business at 1796.…

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