Croft - Triple Crown - Port 75cl Bottle

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Croft - Triple Crown
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75cl Bottle
£10.06
Available 10th Sep 2014
 

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Croft Triple Crown is one of the most established and respected Port brands with a loyal following among knowledgable wine drinkers.

Made from a aselection of full bodied and ripe ports from the finest areas of the Douro Valley it is aged in seasoned oak vats in their cool, tranquil cellars in Oporto.

The perfect finish to any meal, it can be poured by the glass and does not need to be decanted.

Established in 1678, Croft has been renowned for ports of distinction for over three hundred years.



Category(s):     Port

Producer: Croft   -   www.croftport.com
ABV:   20%
Brand:   Croft
Country of Origin:   Portugal
Port Style:   Ruby
Region:   Douro

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Producer Information

The House of Croft was founded over three hundred years ago. The earliest evidence of the firm's activity as a Port shipper dates from 1678, coincidentally the year of the first ever recorded shipments of Port wine. The company was orginally known as Phayre & Bradley after its founding partners and took its present name in 1736 when it was joined by John Croft, a member of an old and distinguished family of Yorkshire wine merchants.

The Croft family played a prominent and influential role in the Port wine trade and elevated the House of Croft to the place of distinction which it occupies to this day.

Although well established in Oporto and active in their Port wine business, the Crofts never lost touch with their Yorkshire origins. In his treatise, John Croft describes himself as Member of the Factory at Oporto and Wine Merchant of York.

The family returned to England in the nineteenth century, after the Peninsular Wars, and there are no longer any Crofts in the firm.

Nevertheless. the family maintained its affection for the fortified wines of the Douro and the late Percy Croft, who died in 1935, is credited with the famous words: "Any time not spent drinking Port is a waste of time."

In 1911 the House of Croft was acquired by the Gilbeys, the distinguished English wine trade family. It is now owned and run by descendants of two old Port wine families, the Yeatman's and Fladgate's.

The place of distinction occupied by Croft and its wines is due in no small measure to its ownership of one of the finest estates of the Douro Valley, the famous Quinta da Roeda.

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