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  1. Rose Port, Messias Rose Port, Messias New
    Rose Port, Messias

    A port wine that is lighter than a Ruby port. Rose pink in colour due to limited contact with the traditional Douro grape varieties during it's vinification. This innovative rosé port wine is light and very fruity. Best served chilled, it is also delicious as a dessert wine.

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    £13.50
  2. Messias 2013 LBV Port Half Bottle Messias 2013 LBV Port Half Bottle New
    Messias 2013 LBV Port Half Bottle

    Regular Vintage port is aged in wood for 20 months or so before being transferred to bottles for further ageing, while LBV (Late Bottled Vintage), as the name suggests, is bottled later - between four and six years later.

    This is a relatively long period to age and in this time the port matures and settles down so that when it's bottled, it's ready to drink. Also, you don't need to decant an LBV and can serve it by the glass for a couple of weeks after opening the bottle.

    Messias LBV has delicious black fruit aromas on the nose with notes of intense blackberry at the front, in the mouth there's good concentration and firm tannins.

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    £13.50
  3. Floc de Gascogne Blanc, Delord
    Rating:
    100% of 100
    Floc de Gascogne Blanc gives predominant notes of citrus, dried fruit and honey. Perfect as an aperitif, with melons and dessert. Learn More
    £15.50
  4. Pineau des Charentes Rose, Domaine Edouard III
    Rating:
    100% of 100
    Richer and fuller bodied than its Pineau Blanc brother, the Pineau Rose still retains intense dried fruit aromas and tastes. A hint of chocolate on the finish makes this a great accompaniment to dessert. Learn More
    £17.75
  5. Pineau des Charentes Blanc, Domaine Edouard III
    Fine balance, with elegant acidity. Intense, with aromas of walnuts, raisins, and candied pears. Learn More
    £18.25
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  6. 2013 LBV Port, Messias

    Regular Vintage port is aged in wood for 20 months or so before being transferred to bottles for further ageing, while LBV (Late Bottled Vintage), as the name suggests, is bottled later - between four and six years later.

    This is a relatively long period to age and in this time the port matures and settles down so that when it's bottled, it's ready to drink. Also, you don't need to decant an LBV and can serve it by the glass for a couple of weeks after opening the bottle.

    Messias LBV has delicious black fruit aromas on the nose with notes of intense blackberry at the front, in the mouth there's good concentration and firm tannins.

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    £19.50
  7. 2007 Vintage Port Messias 37.5cl Half Bottle
    Rating:
    80% of 100
    The Messias Vintage 2007 has a dark red colouring. Its complex nose has an abundance of red fruits. Strong and sturdy in the mouth it has an excellent balanced flavour with a pleasant and lasting aftertaste. Learn More
    £19.85
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  8. 2013 LBV Port, Quinta do Noval 2013 LBV Port, Quinta do Noval New
    2013 LBV Port, Quinta do Noval
    This wine is a remarkable example of the Noval style. Treated exactly like a Vintage Port with only noble grape varieties from the Quinta, trodden by foot and unfiltered. Its main difference is that it is aged for four, sometimes five years in wooden vats instead of the two years typical of Vintage Ports. Definitely an LBV with a difference, with fine structured tannins, great freshness and purity of fruit. It is delicious to drink today, but will age beautifully in its bottle. Learn More
    £22.50
  9. 2008 Colheita Port, Messias 2008 Colheita Port, Messias New
    2008 Colheita Port, Messias
    A very nice 2008 Colheita Port that has a deep red colour with brownish glaze. The aroma is rich in ripe fruit with a touch of spice and vanilla notes. In the mouth it is fresh and balanced with a presence of silky tannins. It has a long and refreshing finish making it ideal for that after dinner treat. Learn More
    £28.50
  10. Pineau des Charentes 'Vieux' Daniel Bouju
    Rating:
    80% of 100
    This exceptional premium, 15 year old Pineau des Charentes is fantastic served chilled and will delight the lovers of sweet wines, sherry and port. Learn More
    £32.50
  11. 2016 Quinta do Cachao Vintage Port, Messias 2016 Quinta do Cachao Vintage Port, Messias New
    2016 Quinta do Cachao Vintage Port, Messias
    2016 was a great year for Vintage Port and this example proves the case. A dark red colour with intense ripe berry aromas of jam and hints of blackberries turning to a complex bouquet and full of tertiary aromas with the ageing. It has a powerful mouth feeling while maintaining a real finesse on the mid-palate. The finish reveals a pleasantly long aftertaste. This is a vintage you can either drink straight away of put it away for a special occasion. Learn More
    £45.00
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