Vintage Port

Vintage Port differs from other port styles in that 95% must be the product of the one harvest, rather than being a blend. Consequently, Vintage Ports will only be produced in years when the required fruit ripeness is achieved. Australian styles tend to be sweeter than their Portuguese counterparts with North East Victoria and South Australia the stand-out regions. Vintage Port doesn't need extended barrel ageing as maturation is destined to occur in the bottle, peaking after 10 - 30 years of cellaring, though great vintages can last much longer. The category continues to excite a small band of enthusiasts.
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1981 Chateau Reynella Museum Release Vintage Port
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$23.95 Bottle
1993 Chateau Reynella  Vintage Port
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$19.95 Bottle
2007 Croft Porto Vintage Port 375ml
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$74.99 Bottle
2007 Croft Porto Vintage Port
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$140.00 Bottle
2005 Croft Quinta Da Roeda Vintage Port 375ml
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$56.99 Bottle
2005 Croft Quinta Da Roeda Vintage Port 750ml
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$99.99 Bottle
2011 Croft Porto Vintage Port (750ml)
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$135.00 Bottle
2011 Croft Porto Vintage Port (375ml)
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$64.99 Bottle
1977 Dow's Silver Jubilee Vintage Port (375ml)
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$199.00 Bottle
1977 Dow's Silver Jubilee Vintage Port
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$300.00 Bottle
2007 Fonseca Vintage Port (375ml)
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$79.99 Bottle
2001 Fonseca Porto Quinta do Panascal  Vintage Port 375ml
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$49.99 Bottle
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