Churchill's Port

Some of the greatest wines I've ever tried have been port, and a lot of those were made by the Graham family. After selling the family company to the Symington family in the 1970s, John Graham established this new port house in 1981, the first British Port company to be established in 50 years.
Named after his wife's family, they may only have a history stretching back thirty five years, albeit with centuries of family experience in the trade, they rapidly became known for their high quality wines. In 1999 they bought Quinta da Gricha on the south bank of the Douro, with ancient lagares that they tread grapes in. 
Churchill Crusted Port 75cl
Bottled in 2005, this is a blend of two vintage ports, which spend a further six months in barrel before bottling, where it spends the majority of its life ageing slowly. This has delicious big, bold blackberry aromas, with spice...
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Churchill Late Bottled Vintage Port 2005 75cl
One of the most popular styles of port - you get complexity, but drinkability at an affordable price. Bigger, more dark berries abound with some rich, dried fruit, lots of sweet chocolate, mint and cherry. Graham Family (Owners) Contains Sulphites
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Churchills Dry White Port 50cl
This ten years old Dry White Port is a delicious aperitif wine, but also goes perfectly with smoked salmon, olives, almonds... it is so so flexible. With nutmeg and eucalyptus aromas, there is a lovely, long, complex spicy palate. Perhaps one...
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