It is a delight to open a bottle of Vintage Port as old as you, or your relationship, on a birthday or anniversary, if only to see which has aged more gracefully. Although port has been built to withstand the sands of time, some vintages age better than others. The Vintage Port Shop buys on quality, longevity and drinkability and aims always to cover the most popular milestones. If there is no vintage available then we recommend aged tawny ports
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1999 Port (18 Years). A very good vintage that produced excellent single quintas and colheita ports.
2007 Vintage Port
2007 Vintage Port (10 Years).A widely declared vintage. Ports are still in their youth and will develop over the next 30 years.
1997 Vintage Port
1997 Vintage Port (20 years). A classic vintage where most port houses declared
1991 Vintage Port
1991 Port (25 years). Generally declared, a very good vintage that can be drunk now but will keep for many more years.
1987 Port Vintage
1987 Vintage Port (30 Years). A good vintage that produced excellent single quinta and colheita ports.
1977 Vintage Port (40 Years). An outstanding vintage producing classic ports that are now at their peak.
1967 Vintage Port
1967 Vintage Port (50 Years). A declared vintage, small production. Outstanding ports were produced - drinking exceptionally well today and will hold for another 10+ years.
1957 Port Vintage
1957 A good vintage but wines are very scarce