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PORT - KOPKE - HARVEST 2008

<p></p> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">C.N. Kopke is the oldest Port Wine company. It was founded in 1638 by Cristiano Kopke and his son, Nicolau Kopke who had come to Portugal as consul of the Hanseatic League. Adding 4 centuries of success in the world of Port wines, the Kopke brand, acquired in 2006 by the Sogevinus group, is today a prestigious reference, maintaining the quality objectives that guided it in the market over the years, being especially recognized in Colheita Ports, with high notoriety in the sector.</span></h2> <p></p>
Price €26.83

ROYAL OPORTO - 40 YEARS TAWNY

<h2 style="text-align:justify;">The history of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA began in 1756, when the Royal Port Wine Company, as it is known abroad, was founded by the Royal Charter of King José I, under the auspices of its Prime Minister, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, The Count of Oeiras and the Marquis of Pombal. Formed by the most important farmers of the Douro Valley, and significant figures of the city of Porto, the company was entrusted with the task of "sustaining the cultivation of vines, preserving its natural production and purity, for the benefit of agriculture, public health trade". Among the numerous services provided by the company in favor of the public, the most important event was the "Pombalina Demarcation of the Douro Valley", which was dictated between 1758 and 1761 by the Chamber of Deputies of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA. In 1781, the Royal Port Wine Company, took its Ports to the Baltic Empire of Catherine of Russia, through large shipments transported on ships chartered for this purpose. This was the beginning of a continuous trade between the Portuguese and Baltic ports and, as a result of the Company's action, exports of Douro wines have undergone considerable and successive increases. During the famous French invasions in 1809, Napoleon Bonaparte's troops demanded the wines of the REAL COMPANHIA VELHA as part of their rations. In 1811, the British officer Lord Wellington and his troops, at the time established in the city of Lamego, demanded the wines of the REAL COMPANHIA VELHA, in which a supply of 300 barrels was issued from the warehouses of the Company in Weight of the Ruler. In 2016, REAL COMPANHIA VELHA celebrated 260 years of uninterrupted activity at the service of Porto and douro.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €101.63

ROYAL OPORTO TAWNY 20 YEARS

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The history of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA began in 1756, when the Royal Port Wine Company, as it is known abroad, was founded by the Royal Charter of King D. José I, under the auspices of its Prime Minister, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, The Count of Oeiras and the Marquis of Pombal. Formed by the most important farmers of the Douro Valley, and significant figures of the city of Porto, the company was entrusted with the task of "sustaining the cultivation of vines, preserving its natural production and purity, for the benefit of agriculture, public health trade". Among the numerous services provided by the company in favor of the public, the most important event was the "Pombalina Demarcation of the Douro Valley", which was dictated between 1758 and 1761 by the Chamber of Deputies of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA. In 1781, the Royal Port Wine Company, took its Ports to the Baltic Empire of Catherine of Russia, through large shipments transported on ships chartered for this purpose. This was the beginning of a continuous trade between the Portuguese and Baltic ports and, as a result of the Company's action, exports of Douro wines have undergone considerable and successive increases. During the famous French invasions in 1809, Napoleon Bonaparte's troops demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA as part of their rations. In 1811, the British officer Lord Wellington and his troops, at the time established in the city of Lamego, demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA, in which a supply of 300 barrels was issued from the warehouses of the Company in Weight of the Ruler. In 2016, REAL COMPANHIA VELHA celebrated 260 years of uninterrupted activity at the service of Porto and douro.</span></h2> <p></p>
Price €44.72

ROYAL OPORTO TAWNY 10 YEARS

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The history of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA began in 1756, when the Royal Port Wine Company, as it is known abroad, was founded by the Royal Charter of King D. José I, under the auspices of its Prime Minister, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, The Count of Oeiras and the Marquis of Pombal. Formed by the most important farmers of the Douro Valley, and significant figures of the city of Porto, the company was entrusted with the task of "sustaining the cultivation of vines, preserving its natural production and purity, for the benefit of agriculture, public health trade". Among the numerous services provided by the company in favor of the public, the most important event was the "Pombalina Demarcation of the Douro Valley", which was dictated between 1758 and 1761 by the Chamber of Deputies of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA. In 1781, the Royal Port Wine Company, took its Ports to the Baltic Empire of Catherine of Russia, through large shipments transported on ships chartered for this purpose. This was the beginning of a continuous trade between the Portuguese and Baltic ports and, as a result of the Company's action, exports of Douro wines have undergone considerable and successive increases. During the famous French invasions in 1809, Napoleon Bonaparte's troops demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA as part of their rations. In 1811, the British officer Lord Wellington and his troops, at the time established in the city of Lamego, demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA, in which a supply of 300 barrels was issued from the warehouses of the Company in Weight of the Ruler. In 2016, REAL COMPANHIA VELHA celebrated 260 years of uninterrupted activity at the service of Porto and douro.</span></h2> <p></p>
Price €15.45

ROYAL OPORTO - TAWANY 10...

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">The history of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA began in 1756, when the Royal Port Wine Company, as it is known abroad, was founded by the Royal Charter of King José I, under the auspices of its Prime Minister, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, The Count of Oeiras and the Marquis of Pombal. Formed by the most important farmers of the Douro Valley, and significant figures of the city of Porto, the company was entrusted with the task of "sustaining the cultivation of vines, preserving its natural production and purity, for the benefit of agriculture, public health trade". Among the numerous services provided by the company in favor of the public, the most important event was the "Pombalina Demarcation of the Douro Valley", which was dictated between 1758 and 1761 by the Chamber of Deputies of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA. In 1781, the Royal Port Wine Company, took its Ports to the Baltic Empire of Catherine of Russia, through large shipments transported on ships chartered for this purpose. This was the beginning of a continuous trade between the Portuguese and Baltic ports and, as a result of the Company's action, exports of Douro wines have undergone considerable and successive increases. During the famous French invasions in 1809, Napoleon Bonaparte's troops demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA as part of their rations. In 1811, the British officer Lord Wellington and his troops, at the time established in the city of Lamego, demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA, in which a supply of 300 barrels was issued from the warehouses of the Company in Weight of the Ruler. In 2016, REAL COMPANHIA VELHA celebrated 260 years of uninterrupted activity at the service of Porto and douro.</span></h2> <p></p>
Price €11.34

HARBOR - TEAR - WHITE

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6"></span><span class="tm6">The history of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA began in 1756, when the Royal Port Wine Company, as it is known abroad, was founded by the Royal Charter of King José I, under the auspices of its Prime Minister, Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, The Count of Oeiras and the Marquis of Pombal. Formed by the most important farmers of the Douro Valley, and significant figures of the city of Porto, the company was entrusted with the task of "sustaining the cultivation of vines, preserving its natural production and purity, for the benefit of agriculture, public health trade". Among the numerous services provided by the company in favor of the public, the most important event was the "Pombalina Demarcation of the Douro Valley", which was dictated between 1758 and 1761 by the Chamber of Deputies of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA. In 1781, the Royal Port Wine Company, took its Ports to the Baltic Empire of Catherine of Russia, through large shipments transported on ships chartered for this purpose. This was the beginning of a continuous trade between the Portuguese and Baltic ports and, as a result of the Company's action, exports of Douro wines have undergone considerable and successive increases. During the famous French invasions in 1809, Napoleon Bonaparte's troops demanded the wines of the REAL COMPANHIA VELHA as part of their rations. In 1811, the British officer Lord Wellington and his troops, at the time established in the city of Lamego, demanded the wines of REAL COMPANHIA VELHA, in which a supply of 300 barrels was issued from the warehouses of the Company in Weight of the Ruler. In 2016, REAL COMPANHIA VELHA celebrated 260 years of uninterrupted activity at the service of Porto and douro.</span></h2> <p></p>
Price €7.40

PORT - TAWNY - HOMEMADE

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">A company of the Vranken Pommery Monopole Group since 1999, Rozès has a centuries-old history linked to the Douro. The first port wine exporting group to be established in the Douro Demarcated Region, Rozès has solidified its presence in national and international markets, imposing its wines with mastery, which highlights the complete control of the various stages of wine making in the Douro, from the planting of vineyards, to the aging and bottling of wines.</span></h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">Founded in Bordeaux in 1855 by Ostende Rozès, a fine wine dealer in that city, Rozès began by importing and marketing Port Wine.</span> <span class="tm6">In the next generation, the founder's son, Edmond Rozès, was the great driver in the development and reputation of the company and its Port wines. Around the 1930s, Edmond created the brand "Porto Rozès", while choosing a bottle shape that would allow simultaneousidentification of the brand and port wine: thus came a bottle coated "with the old Portuguese", with the neck wrapped in sulfurous paper and a cork sealed with wax. </span> <span class="tm6">In this way, Port wines assumed such a characteristic and charismatic identity, and quickly gained the status of quality wines.</span> After more than a hundred years and four generations later, in 1977, Casa Rozès ceases to belong to the family that gave it its name.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €4.80

PORT - GRIFFIN LANDS - ROSÉ

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">A company of the Vranken Pommery Monopole Group since 1999, Rozès has a centuries-old history linked to the Douro. The first port wine exporting group to be established in the Douro Demarcated Region, Rozès has solidified its presence in national and international markets, imposing its wines with mastery, which highlights the complete control of the various stages of wine making in the Douro, from the planting of vineyards, to the aging and bottling of wines. </span>Founded in Bordeaux in 1855 by Ostende Rozès, a fine wine dealer in that city, Rozès began by importing and marketing Port Wine. In the next generation, the founder's son, Edmond Rozès, was the great driver in the development and reputation of the company and its Port wines. Around the 1930s, Edmond created the brand "Porto Rozès", while choosing a bottle shape that would allow simultaneousidentification of the brand and port wine: thus came a bottle coated "with the old Portuguese", with the neck wrapped in sulfurous paper and a cork sealed with wax. In this way, Port wines assumed such a characteristic and charismatic identity, and quickly gained the status of quality wines. After more than a hundred years and four generations later, in 1977, Casa Rozès ceases to belong to the family that gave it its name.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €12.97

PORT - KOPKE - HARVEST 1987

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">C.N. Kopke is the oldest Port Wine company. It was founded in 1638 by Cristiano Kopke and his son, Nicolau Kopke who had come to Portugal as consul of the Hanseatic League. Adding 4 centuries of success in the world of Port wines, the Kopke brand, acquired in 2006 by the Sogevinus group, is today a prestigious reference, maintaining the quality objectives that guided it in the market over the years, being especially recognized in Colheita Ports, with high notoriety in the sector.</span></h2>
Price €53.57

PORT - GRIFFIN FARM -...

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">A company of the Vranken Pommery Monopole Group since 1999, Rozès has a centuries-old history linked to the Douro. The first port wine exporting group to be established in the Douro Demarcated Region, Rozès has solidified its presence in national and international markets, imposing its wines with mastery, which highlights the complete control of the various stages of wine making in the Douro, from the planting of vineyards, to the aging and bottling of wines. </span> <span class="tm6">Founded in Bordeaux in 1855 by Ostende Rozès, a fine wine dealer in that city, Rozès began by importing and marketing Port Wine. In the next generation, the founder's son, Edmond Rozès, was the great driver in the development and reputation of the company and its Port wines. Around the 1930s, Edmond created the brand "Porto Rozès", while choosing a bottle shape that would allow simultaneousidentification of the brand and port wine: thus came a bottle coated "with the old Portuguese", with the neck wrapped in sulfurous paper and a cork sealed with wax. In this way, Port wines assumed such a characteristic and charismatic identity, and quickly gained the status of quality wines.</span> After more than a hundred years and four generations later, in 1977, Casa Rozès ceases to belong to the family that gave it its name. Currently, the Rozès brand exports to more than 40 countries worldwide, with France, Belgium, Germany and Scandinavia as its main markets. It is the only port wine brand to have two completely different ranges: the tradition represented by the Rozès Classic Ports brand and the innovation represented by the Rozès Colors Collection brand.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €35.37

PORT - ROZÈS - VINTANGE 2009

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">A company of the Vranken Pommery Monopole Group since 1999, Rozès has a centuries-old history linked to the Douro. The first port wine exporting group to be established in the Douro Demarcated Region, Rozès has solidified its presence in national and international markets, imposing its wines with mastery, which highlights the complete control of the various stages of wine making in the Douro, from the planting of vineyards, to the aging and bottling of wines. </span>Founded in Bordeaux in 1855 by Ostende Rozès, a fine wine dealer in that city, Rozès began by importing and marketing Port Wine. In the next generation, the founder's son, Edmond Rozès, was the great driver in the development and reputation of the company and its Port wines. Around the 1930s, Edmond created the brand "Porto Rozès", while choosing a bottle shape that would allow simultaneousidentification of the brand and port wine: thus came a bottle coated "with the old Portuguese", with the neck wrapped in sulfurous paper and a cork sealed with wax. In this way, Port wines assumed such a characteristic and charismatic identity, and quickly gained the status of quality wines. After more than a hundred years and four generations later, in 1977, Casa Rozès ceases to belong to the family that gave it its name. Currently, the Rozès brand exports to more than 40 countries worldwide, with France, Belgium, Germany and Scandinavia as its main markets. It is the only port wine brand to have two completely different ranges: the tradition represented by the Rozès Classic Ports brand and the innovation represented by the Rozès Colors Collection brand.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €19.67

PORT - ROZÈS - BOOK

<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">A company of the Vranken Pommery Monopole Group since 1999, Rozès has a centuries-old history linked to the Douro. The first port wine exporting group to be established in the Douro Demarcated Region, Rozès has solidified its presence in national and international markets, imposing its wines with mastery, which highlights the complete control of the various stages of wine making in the Douro, from the planting of vineyards, to the aging and bottling of wines.</span></h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">Founded in Bordeaux in 1855 by Ostende Rozès, a fine wine dealer in that city, Rozès began by importing and marketing Port Wine. In the next generation, the founder's son, Edmond Rozès, was the great driver in the development and reputation of the company and its Port wines. Around the 1930s, Edmond created the brand "Porto Rozès", while choosing a bottle shape that would allow simultaneousidentification of the brand and port wine: thus came a bottle coated "with the old Portuguese", with the neck wrapped in sulfurous paper and a cork sealed with wax. In this way, Port wines assumed such a characteristic and charismatic identity, and quickly gained the status of quality wines.</span></h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">After more than a hundred years and four generations later, in 1977, Casa Rozès ceases to belong to the family that gave it its name. Currently, the Rozès brand exports to more than 40 countries worldwide, with France, Belgium, Germany and Scandinavia as its main markets. It is the only port wine brand to have two completely different ranges: the tradition represented by the Rozès Classic Ports brand and the innovation represented by the Rozès Colors Collection brand.</span></h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €14.19