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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. Croft Quinta Da Roeda

    2012 375ml Single Quinta Vintage Port

    Tasted alongside pricey vintage Ports at a recent event, this little Single Quinta Vintage Port shone - especially when you see the price! Rich dark berry fruit, with layers of dried dates and spice. Buy one! Thank me later!
  2. Traditional aromas and flavours of dark plum and raisin are displayed in this rich Madeira Port style domestic fortified wine.
  3. NZ made fortified wine. Golden in colour, toffee and nut aromas sit alongside flavours of maple syrup, walnut and orange peel.
  4. This classic Rutherglen is made in the traditional manner using a range of different oak barrels. Each wine is aged as a single vintage and vineyard parcel until blending. The resulting wine is unctuous and rich, yet zesty and balanced.

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  5. The Bookmark fortified wines embodies Angove's philosophy of providing the consumer with the highest possible quality product at a most affordable price. A deliciously rich, sweet, dessert wine showing almost 'chocolatey' characters on the nose and palate.
  6. Dark red in colour, with a fresh vibrant aroma of dark fruits which follows through on the palate along with a mineral character, a youthful wine with good extract and great balance, offering superb "drinkability".
  7. Brick red/tawny in colour, with delicate nutty aromas and a hint of dried fruits. On the palate, very well balanced with a youthful fruity, luscious character, which integrates well with a long spirity finish.
  8. Tawny lovers have known about the quality of Galway Pipe for decades and with an average age of twelve years that gives this iconic tawny luscious flavours of fruitcake and raisin, it’s balanced nicely by nutty rancio characteristics
  9. Krohn Quinta do Retiro Novo

    2009 Single Quinta Vintage Port

    Dark purple, almost black in colour. Dark cherry and blueberry on the nose. Medium to full bodied with medium tannins. Loaded with woodland fruit, spice and cherry flavours. Very attractive and a promising finish.
  10. Fresh, dry, with a powerful depth that makes this the perfect partner to seafood and tapas. Drink this well chilled and don't let it gather dust at the back of the drinks cabinet - these fresh zippy flavours will dull with time. Amazing value, and if you like this, you should try it's bigger brother Tio Pepe!
  11. This is a traditional vermouth recommended for mixing in old-fashioned and modern drinks. Not containing juniper, angelica and other classic spices of gin, it combines very well with a classic London Dry Gin. It works in great harmony with bourbon or rye whiskey giving sweet, warm and herbaceous tones: and also with brandy, since this is also wine-based, or with herbaceous liqueurs, and finally with traditional amaro liqueurs.
  12. Amber in colour, with fragrant nutty aromas, this medium-dry Amontillado offers amazing depth at a great price. Great with pate and cured meats.

Fortified Wine

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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.