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'Fortified' wines have a distilled spirit (normally brandy) added either during or after fermentation. Originally fortifying wines was a way of preserving them, but distinct styles like Sherry (Jerez), Madeira, Manzanilla, Vermouth and Port developed into popular and rather sophisticated drinks.
  1. Flavoured with botanical including wormwood, clove, orange peel, nutmeg, angelica and quinine, this is a sweeter style of vermouth that works well in cocktails.
  2. Lillet Blanc

    750ml

    A classic french aperitif. Lillet Blanc is a blend of still wine, brandy, herbs and spices.Then aged in oak for up to twelve months. Serve over ice with an orange twist.
  3. Bone dry with crisp nutty green apple, this Manzanilla (pronounced man-than-ee-ya) is best served the way the Spanish have it: well chilled with some manchego cheese, cured meats and fresh anchovies.
  4. The Father Grand Tawny Port is a superb blend of tawny ingredients, matured in oak barrels for a guaranteed minimum average of 10 years.

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  5. Tio Pepe Fino has a distinctive, clean aroma and is bone dry with a savoury character. Regarded by many as the benchmark for quality Fino Sherry
  6. The youngest of all the Dow's wood-aged Ports, having been aged on average 3 years in oak casks. Carefully made from the finest grapes in the Douro valley, bottled when ready for immediate consumption
  7. Nectar seems such an appropriate name for this wine, given its raisiny mouth-coating sweetness and treacly texture. Classic Pedro Ximenez Sherry at a great price!
  8. From the Portuguese Island of Madeira comes this dark, luscious, and fragrant fortified wine. A perfect accompaniment for strong cheese, rich puddings or chocolate.
    $33.95 Bottle
  9. Dolin Red Vermouth, while being technically a sweet vermouth, the sweetness is not overly cloying or sticky. With a base of red wine flavoured with herbs and spices giving real depth and complexity.
  10. This Dry Vermouth is made with a base of Ugni Blanc wine, flavoured with 33 different herbs and spices.
  11. This Medium-Dry Vermouth is made with a base of Ugni Blanc wine, flavoured with 33 different herbs and spices.
  12. Made in the South of France, with a base wine made from local grape varieties Picpoul and Clairette, Noilly Prat is considered by many to be the only vermouth to mix into your martini.

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'Fortified' wines have a distilled spirit (normally brandy) added either during or after fermentation. Originally fortifying wines was a way of preserving them, but distinct styles like Sherry (Jerez), Madeira, Manzanilla, Vermouth and Port developed into popular and rather sophisticated drinks.