1954 Port Vintage Report

This year was a good vintage that is now very hard to find, and would make a perfect wine gift for a birthday or anniversary. Not a declared year, this Vintage has been fully mature for many years - however if well cellared, the best 1954 port wines will be fine for years to come.

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Burmester, 1954

Burmester 70 Years of Port
40 year and 30 year old Tawny
***Presented in our Double Leather Gift Box***

A wonderful gift for a 70th Birthday or Anniversary.

This double gift box contains two 75cl bottles of Rich Tawny Port:

Burmester 40 Year Old Tawny Port:
*** Gold Medal at the 2015 International Wine Challenge ***
Bright tawny colour, with greenish nuances. Presents a bouquet with intense aromas of dried fruits, delicate spices notes and a sweet touch of honey. In the taste it is full, unctuous and velvety. This wine overflows seduction and an enormous refinement. A feeling that is extended in the long and complex finish.

Burmester 30 Year Old Tawny Port:
This 30-year-old tawny from Burmester is our absolute favourite! Deep tawny colour with greenish hints.
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Price: $246.49 USD
Stock: 5 in Stock

Harveys Port, 1954

Believed Grahams Malvedos Vintage Port bottled by Harveys of Bristol
Unlabelled- Very Top Shoulder

The 1954 Harveys' Vintage port is actually believed to be 1954 Grahams Malvedos. Grahams have indicated that the 1954 Malvedos Vintage was supplied exclusively to Harveys of Bristol in this year who bottled it under their own brand.

Established in Bristol, England, in 1796, the company has been a prominent player in the wine trade for over two centuries. Originally founded by John Harvey, it began as a small wine merchant, importing and distributing wines primarily from Portugal.
Over the years, J. Harvey & Sons expanded its operations and gained a reputation for its expertise in sourcing and aging high-quality wines.
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Price: $515.15 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock

Harveys Port, 1954

Believed Grahams Malvedos Vintage Port bottled by Harveys of Bristol
Unlabelled- Top Shoulder

The 1954 Harveys' Vintage port is actually believed to be 1954 Grahams Malvedos. Grahams have indicated that the 1954 Malvedos Vintage was supplied exclusively to Harveys of Bristol in this year who bottled it under their own brand.

Established in Bristol, England, in 1796, the company has been a prominent player in the wine trade for over two centuries. Originally founded by John Harvey, it began as a small wine merchant, importing and distributing wines primarily from Portugal.
Over the years, J. Harvey & Sons expanded its operations and gained a reputation for its expertise in sourcing and aging high-quality wines.
more >>>

Price: $619.48 USD
Stock: 3 in Stock