Warre’s Vintage Porto 1994 is inky purple in color with firm tannins, and aromatics of cistus. This port is fruity and enjoyable now but will also benefit from aging.
The Warre’s Vintage Porto 1983 is ruby in color, is mid way in its maturity and drinking well.
Pulling the cork on Warre’s Vintage Porto 1970. 1970 was 42 years ago… But one smell of this gorgeous port tells us where and how its time has been spent—in a bottle and aging very well. The wine is tawny in color, full bodied and offers memorable notes of coffee and caramel. And compared to Warre’s establishment as the first British Port House in 1670, 42 years does not seem like such a long time after all.
View Complete Review: Vintage Ports as published in B-Metro magazine, October, 2012