Older Wines

If you haven't explored the world of older wines, I suggest you give them a shot. As wine matures, more complex, evolved flavours develop and you get an entirely different style of wine to what you might be used to.

All our wines come direct from the producer, unless stated, so the provenance is impeccable.

Please note that these wines, and any wine over 10 years old, is exempt from our returns policy.

 

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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Caves de Sao Joao Frei Joao 1985 75cl
"A delightful red wine - with decades ageing it has savoury notes, a delicious spice and dried berries galore. Superb and fun." Caves de Sao Joao started in 1930, producing sparkling wines. They have an extensive range of old wines,...
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Quinta do Poco Lobo Arinto 1994 75cl
Fancy an old Portuguese white? Don't know what to expect? Me neither, but this came straight from the producer so they obviously have faith in it and they've never let me down before! Sustainable
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Chateau Siaurac 2014 75cl
"Attractive truffle, graphite and plum notes intermixed with mocha and black cherry cascade from the glass of this supple, chunky, fleshy wine. There is good glycerin, purity and overall character to this wine, which can be drunk over the next...
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13% offChateau Couhins-Lurton Rouge 2004 75cl
"Such a lovely red - elegant, cherry, mint and thyme with a soft tannin, mulchy earth coming through with a little bit of pipe tobacco." 90/100 Peter's Points History of Vignobles Andre Lurton 1953: André Lurton inherited the historic family...
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Chateau Gaudin 2002 75cl
Aged in the family owned Chateau, this has baked plums, cassis and spice on the now with a silky, long aged fruit finish.  Family-owned since 1901, Château Gaudin is an 11-hectare estate with a vineyard planted on the gravel ridge of...
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11% offChateau Couhins-Lurton Blanc 1983 75cl
"Soft citrus fruit, bread and butter pudding on the nose with brioche and apricot. The palate has nice acidity, some fresher fruit asnd then a little spice." 89/100 Peter's Points History of Vignobles Andre Lurton 1953: André Lurton inherited the...
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Only 1 leftChateau Couhins-Lurton Blanc 1988 75cl
"A weighty wine - the bottle I tried was a richer, more complex wine with spice and citrus marmalade." History of Vignobles Andre Lurton 1953: André Lurton inherited the historic family estate Château Bonnet in Grézillac and continued the work...
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Cupano Brunello di Montaclino 2009 75cl
"The 2009 Brunello di Montalcino is an unabashedly plush and modern wine with high extract and a big burst of ripe fruit that is tightly woven within its bold textural consistency. Biodynamic farming is implemented and the wine (40% of...
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Chateau Siran 1989 Magnum 1.5l
"Coming to us straight from the Chateau, this 1989 magnum is from a superb year, widely accepted to be the best of the decade with the 1985" Château Siran is a winery in the Margaux appellation of the Bordeaux region...
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Arran 1995 Bourbon Private Cask 70cl
From the first year that the Arran distillery produced whisky, this is surely going to become a wonderful collectors item, but is also a very tasty whisky. Only 172 bottles of this whisky were produced.
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Only 1 leftChateau Siran 1983 Jeroboam 6l
"This bottle came to us straight from the Chateau, and while we've not tried it, having sampled various vintages of this wine before, I know it is going to be special. 1983 was a good year, overshadowed by the stellar...
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