Peter's Weekly Selection - w/c 26th October 2015

Port is my favourite type of wine. I adore the fact that it is a wine that, when at its best, will outlive not only me, but my two year old son, and is not, yet, commanding the obscene prices that Champagne, Burgundy and Bordeaux do for the finest wines in the category.

But there are other fortified wines from the Iberian peninsula out there which tickle my tastebuds just as much, even if they don't capture my heart as much. Sherry - anything from bone dry subtlety to rich, sticky and ballsy and Madeira - an elegant oxidised wine that, like it's Portuguese sibling, will achieve greatness with age. Here is a selection of a few of the greats that we have in stock.

19% offKrohn Late Bottle Vintage 2013/5 75cl
Deep ruby colour with upfront aromas of black plums, spice and dried herbs, firm and evident tannins and a rich, long finish. The generous plummy characters, freshness and pure berry fruit characterise Krohn LBV. Peter's Score - 89pts Contains Sulphites...
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