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When to Enjoy Your Vintage Ports

June 30, 2013
Question by: John, Barnet, GB

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Advice please. Over time I have been given or purchased the following bottles.  Should I be drinking, keeping or even selling?  Many thanks.  Warres Vintage Port 1977, Taylors Vintage Port 1980, Quarles Harris Tercentenay Vintage Port 1980, Grahams Malvedos Vintage Port 1986, Taylor's Quinta de Vargellas Vintage port 1996, Grahams Vintage Port 2000, Dows Crusted Port bottled 2000.  Any help or advice warmly welcomed.

Vintage Port as a Gift

February 5, 2013
Question by: Jason, Mobile

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What would be a good vintage Port to buy as a gift in the $125-200 range?  Looking to buy my life long friend a bottle and I know nothing about wine.  He recently purchased a 2000 Graham's Port.

Vintage Port on a Budget

November 3, 2011
Question by: James, Bristol, UK

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Hello, I recently went to Le Caprice with my father and tried my very first vintage port, a little late at 21, which was a Grahams 1983. I thought it was fantastic and am now looking to buy a couple of bottles. Could you reccomend a Port around the £40 mark that would be a good alternative? the £70 bottles available are a bit of a stretch for me.

Quarles Harris

May 31, 2011
Question by: Chesterfield, Great Britain

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Hi,  The new site looks great!  I have spent a while browsing around the site today and wondered why it is that you have dedicated websites for all of your brands apart from Quarles Harris?  I think QH is a great string to the SFE bow yet it seems to get very little publicity and it is almost impossible to find any historical information about the company and brand on the internet.  Is there a reason for this? Could we please have a Quarles Harris website, even if it only has basic information?  Thanks, and well done on the re-launch.



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