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Warre's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1990

Port from Portugal
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        Warre's was alone for many years in continuing to make LBV in the same way as it had been made for generations: bottled without any fining or filtration after some 4 years ageing in cask. The Port is then matured in bottle for some 8 years during which time it develops the superb style and nose that is unique to Vintage Port. Warre's Traditional Bottle Matured LBV is generally acknowledged to be the finest of its type.

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        Warre's, Portugal
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        Founded in 1670, Warre & Co. is the oldest and one of the most highly esteemed port shipping firms in the world. William Warre joined as partner in 1729, and the company became known as Warre.  The Warre family worked in the wine trade at Oporto for over 200 years. Andrew James Symington, great-grandfather of the current managing director of Warre’s, sailed to Portugal in 1863. After establishing himself as a well-known merchant in the port trade, he became associated with Warre’s in 1905. In 1912, the Warre family chose to return to England where they would look after sales, while the Symingtons managed operations in Portugal. Today, James Symington is the director of Warre’s, which falls under the umbrella of Symington Family Wines.

        HNYWASLBV90C_1990 Item# 12559