1958 Port Vintage Report
1958 ports represent a good year with some fragrant and delicate Vintage Ports, despite the rather damp weather conditions throughout. This year was declared by some, but not all, of the major Port houses.
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A rare bottle of 1958 Ferreira Vintage Port. Tasting notes on this port are difficult to find but our friends at vintageport.se have tasted this on four occasions. The most recent tasting (2020) describes this port as "mature and at its peak" with a complex bouquet of mint, toffee and butterscotch. On the palate it is "quite full bodied. Toffee in flavour. Delicious and balanced with a long lovely and attractive finish. Will not be better but is indeed wonderful with a never ending finish."
The name "Ferreira" stands out in the history of the Douro. Founded in 1751 by Manuel Ferreira, the brand's evolution is intertwined with the development of the Douro Region itself. …
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Kopke Port, 1958
Kopke Port is the oldest port house. Established in 1638 by Nicolau Kopke and his son Cristiano, who came to Portugal as representatives of the Hanseatic League, the House has been run through the generations by several representatives of the Kopke family, obtaining an excellent reputation for its wines.
With amber colour and greenish hints. Refined and elegant, reveals richness in the aromatic diversity with noted of nuts, cocoa and wood splashed by a subtle vinegar denoting a great style.Full-bodied, round and concentrated mouth. The quince jam and vanilla flavours are blended with the dried fruit and the candied orange peel. …
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Sandeman Vintage Port, 1958
Plain front label. Embossed capsule level in neck
The Sandeman 1958 Vintage Port is a lovely wine for drinking now. 1958 was a fairly small vintage which wasn’t as widely declared as the 1955s or 1960s. Medium-bodied, with soft red fruit tones, overtones of dried fruits and wood smoke, this is a traditional after-dinner sipping Port.
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