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Quinta do Crasto’s £5000 Tawny Port and Douro wines rated

What does the ultra-rare 100-year-old Port taste like? Sarah Ahmed reviews this and the latest 'icon' releases from Quinta do Crasto.

£5,000 bottles of wine are usually the preserve of the revered estates of France’s Burgundy, Bordeaux and Champagne regions (with Napa producers getting a look in now and again), so it’s a bold move for a Portuguese winery to release a wine – albeit a century-old Tawny Port – which retails north of £5k.

Tasting the Quinta do Crasto Honore and 2016 wines:

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