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Warre’s has been leading the Port trade since it was established as the first British Port House in 1670. A pioneer of a great tradition with over 300 years of history, Warre’s legacy is built on the superb quality of Warre’s Vintage Ports and on an unwavering commitment to quality and successful innovation. These characteristics are reflected in wines like Warre’s Warrior, the oldest mark of Port in the world now with a radically redesigned new look, and Warre’s Otima, an award-winning 10 Year-Old Tawny Port in chic, ultra-modern packaging. Warre's significant contribution to the Port trade is celebrated on this site, together with information on all of Warre’s premium Ports, the latest reviews and awards, and more. – Description from djjoleM

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  • Symington is an iconic name in wine. For over four generations the Symington name has been synonymous with high quality port. If the name is unfamiliar their port houses are certainly not; Graham’s, Cockburn, Dow, and Warre are among the best producers in the world. After spending week with the Symington’s I came away with a few observations: Fi... Read More

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  •    I just posted almost all of my notes on Bordeaux 2012 on my website, and I must say that Trotanoy and La Fleur Petrus are actually tempting me, price-wise, to "pull the futures trigger".  But that's about it.  Palmer, also on my very top list of faves, is just too expensive. I mean, I could get a Leoville Poyferre 1990 for about the same pric... Read More

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  • Hey all,  I'm really just getting started with wine but i've been drinking/tasting seriously for about a year now. I will be graduating in a couple of weeks and I figure it is a good opportunity to buy my first batch expensive bottles since normally i dont exceed $25 in my tasting.Since it is my graduation, excessive drinking is likely to take p... Read More

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  • Can't wait for the Port Virtual Tasting. I love Port. I once had a FONSECA LBV 2000 at  a restaurant and was surprised at how good it was.Tawny's are really good with cheese' Guava, and fig paste'. Read More

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  • Hello dear friends, I have a few btls. of 1963 Dow's Port, as well as Warre's. Kept in best conditions. From your experience in the field, How much longer do they have? and How much are they worth it now ? Thanks for your opinions Read More

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  • Does anyone know anything about a Werre's Port. I have a "Werre's 2000 Vintage Porto" that someone gave to me.Thanks,Gantt Read More

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  • As far as I'm concerned, there is no better way to end the day than reading a good book while sipping a glass of good port. Here's the challenge: port's not cheap. The very best port I've had was a Taylor Fladgate 20 Year Old Tawny Port. I loved its complexity, but at nearly $50 a bottle, that's an occasional indulgence at best. I tried some Fon... Read More

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  • I recently (re)watched the movie High Fidelity with John Cusack. The basic premise of the movie is that the lead character goes through his life categorizing things into a Top 5 list. These lists are for any situation or topic. The topics of the lists range from obscure music to life events. So what does the movie have to do with wine? Not ... Read More

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