Only fortified wine produced in the Douro Valley of Portugal may call itself Port. That said, in South Africa we produce delicious varieties of this fortified drink – just without the name! There are a number of different styles of port: Ruby port is redder and lighter in colour, an easy-drinking tipple with raisin and fruitcake flavours; Tawny port has a golden brown colour and is nuttier, with caramel and toffee flavours; Vintage port is ideal for ageing, with its darker, spicier flavours and heavier tannins; and White port is rarer, with fruitier flavours and is best served chilled as an aperitif or in a cocktail.


Allesverloren Port 1989


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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Porto Calem 10 Year Old


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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