Warres - Warrior NV - Port 75cl Bottle

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Warres - Warrior NV
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75cl Bottle
£11.94
Available 05th Sep 2014
 

Description:
The name Warrior was branded on the casks of Warre's finest Reserve Ports since the earliest days of the firm.

The traditional style has been maintained over the years and it is today a classic full-bodied wine with wonderful richness and balance.

Warrior is drawn from Quinta da Cavadinha and Quinta do Retiro Antigo, Warre's finest quintas in the Pinhao and Rio Torto valleys that produce Warre's classic Vintage Ports.

The firm's head winemaker, Peter Symington, selects lotes of particularly rich and fruity Reserve Port to set aside for maturing in oak casks in the lodges at Vila Nova de Gaia.

When the wines have reached perfect maturity, they are bottled to produce the award-winning Warre's Warrior, one of the finest Ports available for everyday drinking.



Category(s):     Port
Group(s):     Ruby Port
Producer: Warres   -   www.warre.com
ABV:   20%
Brand:   Warres
Country of Origin:   Portugal
Region:   Douro

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Warres - Otima a 10 Year Old Tawny NV05th Sep 2014   50cl Bottle£ 13.91
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Producer Information

Warre's has been leading the Port trade since it was established as the first British Port House in 1670.
A pioneer of a great tradition with over 300 years of history, Warre's legacy is built on the superb quality of Warre's Vintage Ports and on an unwavering commitment to quality and successful innovation.
These characteristics are reflected in wines like Warre's Warrior, the oldest mark of Port in the world now with a radically redesigned new look, and Warre's Otima, an award-winning 10 Year-Old Tawny Port in chic, ultra-modern packaging.

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