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2011 Vintage Port Declaration

April 15, 2013
Question by: Tom, New Jersey, USA


Do you have any idea when or if the 2011 ports will be declared vintage?

Vintage Port as a Gift

February 5, 2013
Question by: Jason, Mobile


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.

1977 Port SWC

March 5, 2012
Question by: Carolyn, Austin, USA


Curious of the value of a 1977 Port SWC - Vintage Porto.

Vintage Port on a Budget

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


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.

Smith Woodhouse Madalena 1988

October 26, 2011
Question by: Marino, Horley, Great Britain


Last year I was given a bottle of 1988 Madalena Vintage port I would like to know if this bottle is ready to drink or is better to keep a little longer?

1983 Smith Woodhouse

July 21, 2011
Question by: Carl, Woodbridge, USA


I just recently purchased a bottle of 1983 Vintage Porto, Smith Woodhouse bottled 1985, would like some information.  I keep an inventory of my wines and i can't find anything on this bottle. Cost of bottle. was the last bottle. would like more, where could I find it in the USA? Would like some tasting notes, etc. Thanking you in advance.

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