Butler Nephew Vintage Port
This House was founded by John Nash in Burmester, Nash & Co in 1730. In 1789 they dissolved partnership and James Butler was taken as partner and the firm became Nach, Butler & Co. Twenty years later J Butler took Mr. Nash nephew Mr. Tynedale as partner och the firm change name again to Butler, Tyndale & Co. In 1829 James Butler's nephew Robert Butler joined and the name then became Butler, Nephew. After the Second World War the house was owned by Gonzalez Byass. In 1979 Stephen Christie bought the Gonzalez Byass business in Portugal. Later on - in 1989 - Sandeman bought a large part of the stock. The brand however was still in the hands of Stephen Christie and today the brand is used again, this time appearing in the portfolio of Christie's wines.
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Butler Nephew Vintage Port, 1954
This historic house was founded in 1829 and had an excellent reputation for producing fine vintage ports until it was acquired and integrated into the Sandeman port house. The 1955 Butler Nephew has a mature tawny colour. The nose is still complex and enjoyable with herbal notes and molasses. The port is medium body on the palate with a medium plus finish - a very attractive and enjoyable old port.
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Butler Nephew Vintage Port, 1947
Vintage Port (Excellent condition)
Review on cellar Tracker.
"I loved the 1947 Butler Nephew & Co Vintage Port. It had a floral, spicy nose with pure clean spirit. It tasted of chocolate and cherries and was full and plump. Balance was superb and it was so fresh and clean on the finish."
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