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Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1987 Taylor "Quinta de Vargellas" Vintage Port (93WS) and 1-bottle of 1991 Taylor "Quinta de Vargellas" Vintage Port (95RP, 94JG, 94WS). Of the 1991 Taylor "Quinta de Vargellas" Vintage Port, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "Taylor Fladgate's 1991 Quinta de Vargellas is the finest Vargellas I have tasted. The opaque purple color is followed by aromatics that are more closed than most 1991s. In the mouth, it is a wine of extraordinary richness and brilliantly delineated components. This exceptionally rich, backward port possesses layer upon layer of fruit, a thick, chewy, unctuous texture, firm structure and tannin, and a finish that lasts for more than a minute. (RP)" (02/1995)
Starting Bid: $156.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2001 Vinha do Fojo Douro (95RP, 90ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2001 Vinha Do Fojo (Quinta Do Fojo) is an old vines field blend aged for 12 months in French oak (60% new, the rest used). Of the Vinha do Fojos here this issue, this is arguably the best and the best balanced, although the 1996 is drinking much better now. That said, this is still a powerhouse in an old school style. One of the problems in evaluating these (especially when young) is that the tannins can be hard and overwhelm the wine. I took a cautious approach and was too stingy initially. This time it also had a couple of days open, which helped. In most ways, it is still too young, not nearly as interesting as the 1996 (although it one day will be and will likely be better). It shows fine acidity and lush texture, the best concentration and the freshest fruit in the vertical to go with the big tannins typical of the brand. Even now, it adds wonderful complexity. It is intriguing a
Starting Bid: $98.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2005 Graham's "Quinta dos Malvedos" Vintage Port (94WE, 93WS, 92DC). Wine Enthusiast: "Quinta dos Malvedos is Graham's flagship vineyards. This single quinta vintage, made in a year when no general vintage was declared, shows the great structure and fine perfumes that comes from this privileged site. Rich in plummy black fruits, powered still by tannins, the wine is approaching maturity. Drink now, although it will age for many years. (RV)" (05/2020)
Starting Bid: $120.00

Bid on this 4-bottle tasting lot; including 2-bottles of 1977 Quarles Harris Vintage Port and 2-bottles of 1985 Quarles Harris Vintage Port. Of the 1977 Quarles Harris Vintage Port, Wine Spectator writes: "Medium ruby-garnet. Aromas of fresh cherry and hints of custard pie. Medium-bodied and medium sweet. It shows some alcohol and nutty character. (JS, Web Only-2008)"
Starting Bid: $210.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1994 Dow's Vintage Port (97WS, 96RP, 93DC). Wine Spectator: "A blackstrap, powerful Port. Black, with intense aromas of raspberries, raisins, flowers and stems. Full-bodied and medium sweet, with a long, rich finish. Tannins pull at your palate. A wine for the future. (JS)" (12/1999)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2015 Alvaro Castro (Quinta da Pellada) Dão Tinto Portugal (96RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Tinto (Quinta da Pellada), the estate flagship, is a field blend (over 40 grapes) from old vines. It is principally, for identified grapes, mainly Alvarelhão, Tinta Pinheira, Touriga Nacional, Jaen and Tinta Amarela. Plus, since 1991, Castro uses some Jaen and Touriga Nacional. It was aged for 24 months in well-used French barriques (five to seven years old) and comes in at 13.3% alcohol. This was sourced from Pellada's Block 4 of Mata (forest) and Block 2 of Casa (house). Castro says Casa 'has a more compact soil with some clay besides the granite, the intense presence of rose/white quartz and the one that has more sun hours per day. Mata has less clay and more granitic sand.' (MS)" (08/2018)
Starting Bid: $105.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1977 Taylor Vintage Port (98VN, 97WS, 96RP, 95WE, 93JG). Vinous: "The 1977 Taylor's Vintage Port is initially tight and conservative on the nose: strawberry, baked cherry, tobacco and wild hedgerow notes emerging but remaining tight-lipped. This needs a good decant! The palate is endowed with depth and concentration, very well balanced with an attractive crispness. Perhaps you could argue that it is a "linear" and more "correct" Taylor's compared to the 1970 and lacks some charm. But there is immense complexity here so it is more a case of a Port demanding a very long maturation in bottle. (NM)" (06/2018)
Starting Bid: $340.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 1980 Dow's Vintage Port. According to Jancis Robinson "Mid-deep garnet. Fragrant and somewhat brandied nose, with fresh herb tones and layers of rich, dried black fruit. Supple and fruity on the palate, and its tannins are well resolved. Attractive, spicy length with a juiciness. 17.5/20 points (TJ)" (9/2020)
Starting Bid: $350.00

Bid on this 3-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1983 Warre's Vintage Port (90RP), 1-bottle of 1991 Warre's Vintage Port (90WS), and 1-bottle of 1994 Warre's Vintage Port (95WS, 94JD, 94RP). Of the 1994 Warre's Vintage Port, Wine Spectator writes: "A great surprise for the vintage. Displays fabulous concentration and complex character with it's layers of very sweet fruit, chocolate and cherry aromas and flavors. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins. Long finish with plenty of grip. Beautiful wine. *#15 Top 100 Wines of 1997* (JS)" (04/1997)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 3-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1994 Quinta do Passadouro Vintage Port (Niepoort Bottling) and 2-bottles of 1994 Quinta do Passadouro (Niepoort) Vintage Port (375ml). Of the 1994 Quinta do Passadouro Vintage Port (Niepoort Bottling), Wine Spectator writes: "Sleek and impressively fruity, with silky tannins and a fresh finish. Medium- to full-bodied, with moderate sweetness and substantial grip on the finish. (JS)" (04/1997)
Starting Bid: $37.00

Bid on this bottle of 1955 Fonseca Vintage Port (96WS). Wine Spectator: "A big wine with tons of rich, luscious fruit. Deep ruby color, with a very ripe, perfumed nose, full-bodied, with great depth of silky berry flavors and a very long finish. (JS, Web-1989)"
Starting Bid: $380.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 1996 Krohn Colheita Port (91RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1996 Colheita Tawny Port is a field blend bottled in 2018 with a long cork and 121 grams of residual sugar. I've seen this bottling before, but some extra time in bottle has actually helped a bit, at least a little, perhaps smoothing it out to some extent. (I've never believed they do not change, especially when recently bottled, even if the changes occur slowly.) It is still average in concentration, and it certainly lacks some complexity (not surprising for its age), but it is spicy, sweet, delicious and fresh. It tastes great. It's an easygoing winner now and at a nice price. As with all Tawnies, don't drink this too warm. (MS)" (01/2021)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 1948 Graham's Vintage Port (97RP, 95VN, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1948 Graham Vintage Port was tasted alongside the behemoth that is the '48 Taylor's and to be honest, there was mere cigarette paper between the two. The difference was more in personality, this Grahams more feminine and understated, prioritizing finesse and elegance over horsepower. The nose is utterly seductive with vestiges of brambly red fruit, cigar box, dried herbs and just a touch of VA importing fieriness after a few minutes in the glass. The palate is very refined with subtle tannin, detailed and poised with faded but filigree tannin. There is something a little foursquare about this Graham: correct but nuanced. There is not a hair out of place on the finish, a Vintage Port this is utterly composed, self-aware of its grace. This postwar Port will continue to give pleasure for a number of years yet depending on provenance. (NM)" (07/2015)
Starting Bid: $390.00

Bid on this bottle of 1963 Dow's Vintage Port (95WE, 94RP, 92WS). Wine Enthusiast: "Perfectly mature, this Port's tannins have softened over the past 40-plus years, leaving it lushly textured and displaying rich fig and chocolate flavors. Finishes long, picking up a touch of almond to go with the fig, flavors Symington calls "Dow’s hallmarks". " (03/2008)
Starting Bid: $198.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1977 Graham's Vintage Port.
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 1985 Fonseca Vintage Port (93RP, 93WS, 91DC). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1985 Fonseca is still youthful in appearance with hardly any ageing on the rim. The nose offers kirsch, sloes and Christmas cake. With time, there are subtle notes of dried fig and dates beginning to emerge and add to the complexity. The palate is medium-bodied and beautifully balanced on the supple, rounded entry. It is not quite as complex as the aromatics, with dates and dried fig, the finish mellow and refined. It is very elegant for a Fonseca, weighty but supremely well focused. This is a fabulous Fonseca that is ready to drink now, but will age for another 30 or 40 years. (NM)" (02/2013)
Starting Bid: $350.00

Bid on this bottle of 1830 Quinta de Serrado Malmsey Madeira. Madeira is maybe the longest-lived wine out there. Yes, it can even go upwards of 150 years, as this Maderia will prove. A Christie's offering, this perfectly preserved Malmsey is not as sweet as one would guess, appearing almost more Bual in style. Its nose shows chocolate aromas and the taste is unbelievably fresh, and even brightly acidic after all these decades. Notes of nuts and caramel add to the intense and long palate. This is history in a bottle, but besides all that, this is as enjoyable and delicious as it is rare!
Starting Bid: $1,675.00

Bid on this bottle of 1945 Dow (97WS). Wine Spectator: "Gorgeous, glorious and rich. Dark ruby in color, with an amber edge. Full-bodied and wonderfully sweet, with intense aromas of raisin, raspberry and cherry and a long, long finish. Very rich and very fine. I underrated this years ago.--Dow vertical. (JS)" (12/1999)
Starting Bid: $545.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1963 Niepoort Colheita Port (91WS). Wine Spectator: "Thick, rich, complex flavors of honey, molasses and citrus. Full in body, very sweet, long, crisp finish. Extremely well balanced. (JS)" (01/1996)
Starting Bid: $250.00

Bid on this bottle of 1945 Graham's Vintage Port (98VN, 97RP, 95WS). Vinous: "I have had the pleasure of the company of the 1945 Graham's Vintage Port on two occasions now. Deep tawny in colour, this has a disarmingly refined bouquet, subdued at first but opening gloriously with clove, copper piping, almost a ferrous tincture that suffuses the red fruit. The palate is beautifully balanced, an 'old dame' of a Port with that quasi-Burgundian finish that makes you feel like you are walking on air. Magnificent! Tasted at a private dinner in London. (NM)" (06/2018)
Starting Bid: $645.00

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