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Graham's, Fine White NV

This white Port is a revelation; fresh, quite dry and moreish. Flavours of tangy lime, salt, cream, almond and grapefruit make this a great aperitif...

Points 89
Churchill's, Vintage 2014

A relative newcomer to the Port game, Churchill's have only been in existence since 1981. This 2014 is a beautifully accessible style, with big, hard hitting blueberry aromas...

Points 91
Quinta das Tecedeiras, Tawny Reserve NV

Some of this estate's vineyards once contributed fruit for Taylor's vintage Ports, so the quality here is not an issue. This Tawny differs from most as it is aged in…

Points 92
Graham's, 30 Year Old Tawny NV

The intensity and luxuriousness of this Port is a real treat. With an average age of 30 years, there has been plenty of time for the component wines to concentrate…

Points 94
Kopke, 30 Year Old White NV

Established in 1638, Kopke know a thing or two about making great Port. This unusual aged white has taken on the oaky characteristics more often associated with a tawny, while…

Points 92
Burdizzo, Chianti Riserva 2013

Riserva level Chianti must spend additional time in oak compared to the standard wine, which has given this simple yet effective example a vanilla frame for the fruit...

Points 89
Josef Chromy, Pepik Sekt NV

Josef Chromy arrived in Tasmania as a refugee of Soviet-occupied Czechoslovakia in the 1950s. Having made his fortune in the meat industry, he invested in a winery in the early…

Points 89
Bolney Estate, Bolney Bubbly NV

It is widely known that southern England benefits from very similar soils to those of Champagne, and this is a cheeky English spin on the French style...

Points 90
Pieropan, Soave Classico 2015

What makes this a great summer wine also enables it to shine with richer food in the winter months - a clean, vibrant acidity cuts through pretty much anything, while…

Points 91
Stopham Estate, Pinot Gris 2014

You wouldn't think you could get such an exotic, luscious white wine from England! Pinot Gris does prefer cooler sites though, as is demonstrated here to great effect...

Points 92