An extraordinarily fine, complex and
sophisticated drink. Beautiful shining amber colour, fascinatingly complex
raisined, nutty, tangy nose and a flavour displaying layer upon layer of
deliciously plump sensations on the way.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetariansServe as an aperitif with salted almonds or olives or try with mature cheddar, walnuts or figs.Grapes are sourced from Fernando de Castilla's partners vineyards in the Jerez district. The soil type is
Albariza. Picking takes place in early September. This Amontillado began life as a Fino. It spent 3
years under flor yeasts at 15%, but was then re-fortified to 17% abv and introduced to an Amontillado
Solera - without flor and therefore exposed to air. It spends approximately 5 years in this solera.
Pale straw colour. This classic Fino has aromas of nuts, olives and the evocative aromas of patient ageing. The palate is fresh, dry and full bodied with perfect balance.Made from grapes grown in the Gibalbin and Santa Lucia vineyards in Jerez Superior, Spain.The average of the vines is around 20 years old.The Sherry is aged in large casks made from American oak.Perfect to serve with tapas, appetizers and cured ham, mild cheese, asparagus, soups, shellfish, salmon and herrings.Serve well chilled.
This is a sweet Oloroso, aged in the solera system for over 5 years. A true crowd pleaser. Mahogany coloured with aromas of dried nuts with a hint of raisins and brown sugar. Smooth and velvety on the palate with warm flavours and a persistent aftertaste.Serve with desserts such as crème brulee, cheeses and cheesecake. Suitable for vegans.
A bright golden yellow, with intense nose of orange blossoms combined with hints of orange marmalade and hazelnuts.Ideal pairing with chocolate truffles, blue cheeses such as Italian Gorgonzola or French bleu d'Auvergne.
A very sweet Oloroso, aged in the solera system for over 5 years. The resulting sherry is very dark mahogany in colour. On the nose, dried nuts and faint aromas of raisins. muscatel and toasted sugar. Smooth and velvety with a warm palate owing to its alcohol content with a long finish.Made in Jerez, Spain.Suitable for vegans
An aged 10 year old Tawny Port with a light delicate palate. Rich tawny colour, with an excellent nose of nuts and hints of mature fruit. On the palate, beautifully rounded, with hints of dried fruits and a long elegant finish.Does not need decanting.Serve slightly chilled with cheeses, nuts or dried fruit after a meal or on its own.
A dark red coloured port with a seductive rich perfume of ripe plums and cherries. On the palate it is complex, with an excellent structure and a long lingering finish.Great when served at the end of a meal, with chocolate and rich chocolate desserts, nuts and cheese.Usually serve at room temperature but can also be served slightly chilled.Warrior is the oldest mark of Port in the world, having been shipped continuously since
the 1750’s. The name Warrior was branded on the cases of Warre’s Finest Reserve Ports
since the earliest days of the firm. The traditional style has been maintained over the
years and it is today a classic fullbodied wine with wonderful richness and balance.
Warrior is drawn from Warre’s finest Tuintas in the Pinhao and Rio Torto valleys that
produce Warre’s Vintage Ports. The firm’s head winemaker, Charles Symington, will select
vats of particularly rich and fruity Port to set aside for maturing in oak casks in the lodges
at Vila Nova de Gaia. Allergy advice Contains sulphites
This superb 20 Year Old Port is patiently matured for 20 years in seasoned oak casks, acquiring a softened mellow texture with an intense complex nose which compliments the appealing raisiny fruit.Ready to drink. it is a delicious dessert wine and is the prefect finish to any meal or to accompany mince pies, cakes, milk chocolates, walnuts, nuts and cheeses.Once opened it can be left for a couple of months.
This 40 Year Old is a remarkable Tawny Port blend that captivates the tasting through its powerful and complex nuttiness aromas in harmony with spicy notes, warm roasted coffee and cinnamon hints from the long contact with oak wood during the ageing process. On the palate, an array of flavours flourishes, mainly toasted nuts and chocolate. The 40 Year Old is an intense and complex port with a mellow and spicy aftertaste.The Port is an excellent aperitif or an accompaniment to almond pie of dark chocolate.