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Storing Vintage Port

February 4, 2013
Question by: Elizabeth, Great Britain


How long should I store Fonseca 1963?

1963 Vintage Port

January 16, 2013
Question by: Sheila, via Mobile


We have just been given a bottle of 1963 port. The label says VINTAGE PORT 1963 (Alto Douro) PRODUCE OF PORTUGAL. S V Borges & Irmão, S.A.R.L. OPORTO. Is it drinkable??

Gift for a Naval Officer

May 23, 2012
Question by: Maryanne, Saint Peters, USA


My son is being commissioned by the navy, as an officer. I was told that a vintage bottle of port was a good gift. Can you recommend one for me? Thank you.

Graham's 1963

March 13, 2012
Question by: Fiammetta, Pulborough, UK


I have 4 bottles of Graham's 1963 vintage port ; I should like to know the value and if/how I could sell them.

1963 Vintage Ports

January 2, 2012
Question by: Andrew, Selborne, GB


Is 1963 vintage port too old?

Valuation of 1963 Vintage

November 30, 2011
Question by: Evelyn Wood, Argyll, U.K.


Hi, I'm clearing my late parents' home and have come across 11 bottles of Ferreira 1963 in two marked boxes originally intended to hold 6 each. I remember they were purchased when the wine shop in which my mother worked (in Abingdon, Oxon.) was taken over by a high street off-licence chain in 1978 and all of the fine wines were sold off. I can also remember the evening a 'friend' insisted my father break open one of the bottles from his 'investment' - hence there being only 11. The remaining bottles are all intact and quite soiled, but I know they were carefully stored. I'd be grateful if you could advise me of their value as they will have to be sold as part of the house clearance. Many thanks in advance.

Graham's 1963

July 12, 2011
Question by: Cathy, Hampshire, GB


Hi, we have a bottle of Graham's 1963 Vintage Port, the label says it was bottled in 1965.  Would this hold any value?

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