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Vintage Port

Dow's Port
Established 1798 by Bruno da Silva Dow's Port was established in 1798 by Bruno da Silva and in 1862 Bruno's son John da Silva merged with Frederick William Cosens forming Silva & Cosens. In 1877 James Ramsay Dow joined the company forming Silva & Cosens, Dow & Co, adopting the Brand Name DOW'S. The Symington Family became sole owners in 1961, nearly 50 years after Andrew James Symington became a percentage partner in 1912.

The fruit for the Dow's Vintage Ports come primarily from two vineyards, Quinta do Bomfim, located within the Douro Valley's Cima Corgo sub-region and Senhora da Ribeira, located further upriver in the Douro Superior sub-region. Quinta do Bomfim was acquired in 1896 and Quinta da Senhora da Ribeira in 1890, sold in 1954 and re-acquired by the Symington Family in 1998. Combined with two privately owned Symington Family vineyards, Santinho and Cerdeira to the production of Dow's Vintage Ports.

Both located in the Douro Valley's, Douro Superior sub-region and both with south facing vines and a stone throw from Dow's very own Senhora da Ribeira, also located within the eastern Douro Superior.
Graham's Port
Established 1820 by William and John Graham W & J Graham's was established in 1820 in port city of Porto, by two Scottish brothers William and John Graham. In 1882 Andrew James Symington joined the firm, leaving a short time later to set up as a port producer with Warre & Co. In 1890 W & J Graham's acquired their first vineyard, located on the North bank of the River Douro, Quinta do Malvedos. The vineyard is one of the greatest and is situated in the Cima Corgo (Upper Corgo) sub-region near Tua, between Pinhao and the Valeira Dam.

They also purchased Graham's Lodge which is located on a ridge in Vila de Gaia, across the river Douro from Porto. In 1924 W & J Graham's acquired their second vineyard, Quinta Das Lages in the Rio Torto Valley, also in the heart of the Douro Valley, Cima Corgo (Upper Corgo) sub-region.

W. & J. Graham's was purchased by the Symington Family nearly 100 years after the intervention of Andrew James Symington in 1970. The Graham's 1970 Vintage Port was released in 1972 and is revered as one of the best, the 20th century has to offer. The Symington Family combine the two W & J Graham's vineyards, Quinta Dos Malvedos and Quinta Das Larges with two Symington Family owned stables, Quinta Do Vale De Malhadas and Quinta Da Vila Velha to produce some of the best Vintage Ports around.
Warre's Port
Established 1670 by William Burgoyne and John Jackson Warre's Port was established in 1670 by William Burgoyne and John Jackson under the company name Burgoyne & Jackson. It was not until 1729 that William Warre joined the company and formed Clark, Thornton and Warre. Famous also for being the first British company established in Portugal, as well as producing the first and oldest port brand in the world, Warre's Warrior Reserve Port. Andrew James Symington became a partner of Warre & Co in 1905 and it wasn't until 1961 that the Symington family became sole owners.

The fruit for the Warre's Vintage Ports is primarily sourced from three vineyards, Quinta da Cavadinha, Quinta do Retiro Antigo, both located within the Douro Valley's Cima Corgo sub-region and Quinta da Telhada, located within the Douro Superior, sub-region. Quinta do Retiro Antigo situated in the Rio Torto Valley, became an integral part of Warre's Vintage Ports in 1935 and Quinta da Cavadinha, situated in the Pinhao Valley, was acquired by Warre & Co in 1980. Quinta da Telhada was purchased from Cockburn's in 1980, replanted and acquired by the Symington Family in 2006. The vineyard is one of the most remote in the Douro Valley, located some 15 miles from the Spanish Border, on an isolated stretch of the Douro River.
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Churchill's Reserve Porto
Churchill's Port - Churchill Graham
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£13.95
N/V | 20% - 75cl
Dow's 1963 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£224.99
1963 | 20% - 75cl
Dow's 1966 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£198.99
1966 | 21% - 75cl
Dow's 1977 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£84.99
1977 | 20% - 75cl
Dow's 1985 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£64.99
1985 | 20% - 75cl
Dow's 1991 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£69.95
1991 | 20% - 75cl
Dow's 1994 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£79.95
1994 | 20% - 75cl
Graham's 1966 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£169.95
1966 | 21% - 75cl
Graham's 1977 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£147.95
1977 | 21% - 75cl
Graham's 1983 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£69.95
1983 | 20% - 75cl
Graham's 1994 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£64.95
1994 | 20% - 75cl
Graham's 1997 Vintage Port
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£74.95
1997 | 20% - 75cl
Image of the 1983 Vintage Port, Warre's 75cl Bottle
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£74.95
1983 | 20% - 75cl
Image of the 1985 Vintage Port, Warre's 75cl Bottle
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£74.95
1985 | 20% - 75cl
Image of the 1994 Vintage Port, Warre's 75cl Bottle
Oporto - Symington Family - Product of Portugal
Portugal | Douro Valley | Cima Corgo
None
£147.99
1994 | 20% - 75cl
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