Fortified Wine

Port, Sherry, Muscadel, Madeira, Masala, Vermouth… many regions and countries produce their own unique styles of fortified wine. What unites them is the way of production, with some form of distilled liquor being added during or after the fermentation process. Most fortified wines have higher alcohol levels and are generally sweeter than table wine… they make great aperitifs or digestifs, drunk before or after the meal.

Allesverloren

Allesverloren Port 1989

R1,169.00

Includes: Allesverloren Port 1989 - 1 x 750mlDescription: COLOUR: Deep ruby red. BOUQUET: Complex aromas of ripe dark fruit and glazed cherries with a hint of smokiness and honey. TASTE: A full, rich wine with a combination of red and...

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Calem

Porto Calem 10 Year Old

R349.00

Includes: Porto Calem 10 Year Old - 1 x 750ml Description: With a tawny-topaz colour, it presents a bouquet of wood, nuts and chocolate. In the mouth it is velvety, intense and with a long finish.Ideal with ice-creams, cakes and...

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