1934 Vintage Port Vintage Report

The extremely hot 1934 Vintage produced some rich, thick and powerful Vintage Port. 1934 is a rare vintage only shipped by 12 houses in small quantities. It is considered to be a very fine year equivalent to the great 1935 vintage and considered by some to be better. The declaration was small owing to the great depression at the time.

6 products found.


Sandeman Vintage Port, 1934

Sandeman Vintage Port, 1934


Sandeman 1934 - english bottled.
Description: Reviews:
"Deep orange with a brown hue. Treacle and floral perfume on the nose, incredibly dense and intense albeit a little smelly. Dark brown sugar on the palate, with plums and damsons; dense and full-bodied. Deep flavoured aftertaste, big and burly and with an intense finish. Very impressive port."
The Port Forum
Price: £795.00 - 2 In Stock more details >>>

Dalva, 1934

Dalva, 1934


Finest Reserve Tawny Port
Description: Bottled 1973.

Tawny Port is made from premium blends of wines, sourced from the best vineyards that have been aged for years in oak casks. This art of blending, more than a technique, is steeped in centuries of old traditions passed down from one generation to another, as the “house style” of each Port wine family company.
Price: £225.00 - 4 In Stock more details >>>

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Dow's Port, 1934


Vintage port - in neck
Description: Excellent condition
Price: £1395.00 - 1 In Stock more details >>>

Fonseca Port, 1934

Fonseca Port, 1934


Vintage Port - UK Bottled. Base of neck
Description: Peatling & Cawdron
(base of neck; handwritten neck label only; embossed wax seal - chipped)
Price: £1495.00 - 1 In Stock more details >>>

Niepoort Port, 1934

Niepoort Port, 1934


Colhieta Port 1934 Vintage
Description: 99 Points Robert parker

Reviews
"The 1934 is an example of a wine in bottle a long, long time—fortunately
Niepoort’s Colheitas do have normal, long corks. If this handsome beast is this
dense, concentrated and powerful now, I can barely imagine what it must have
been like when it was bottled. My mouth waters to think of it. Remember, too,
that this had less than 50 years in cask. What would a version bottled today be
like? Besides the notable concentration and viscosity, it has powerful acidity to
cut through its palate and make it seem bright and vibrant as well, with some
brandy in the background.
Price: £895.00 - 2 In Stock more details >>>

Warre Vintage Port, 1934

Warre Vintage Port, 1934


Vintage Port (in neck)
Description: Shipped for the Wine Society. 1934 is a rare vintage only shipped by 12 houses in small quantities. It is considered to be a very fine year equivalent to the great 1935 vintage and considered by some to be better. The declaration was small owing to the great depression at the time.
Price: £695.00 - 1 In Stock more details >>>