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Medium Dry
A bouquet of orange rind, grapefruit and attractive baking spice emerging with aeration. The palate bright with juicy fruit and superb acidity for balance; notes of candied peel, honeyed fruit and an earthy funk give way to a spicy finish.
$68
$65ea in any 3+
$62ea in any 6+
Medium Sweet
The  10-Year-Old Boal is an excellent example of the complex flavour profile that result from the madeirisation process, combining rich, sweet fruit with savoury, often funky, characters. The nose blossoms in the glass with notes of opulent dried fruit, toffee and brown sugar notes along with hints of char and mineral rancio character. The palate is smooth in texture with a nice zing of acidity. Flavours of candied citrus, caramel and sweet spice balance with intriguing savoury character, culmi
$68
$65ea in any 3+
$62ea in any 6+
Medium Sweet - 80-100g/l
A real head-turner. Aromas of maple syrup, bitter orange marmalade and a touch of iodine. The palate is rich and full-bodied; silky on the tongue, it gives prunes, raisins, sweet spice and bitter almond, culminating in a sweet-smoke finish. Such clearly defined flavours highlight the unique winemaking processes at work, and its well-balanced structure makes appears like a much drier wine through the palate. My personal pick of the Five Year Old Reserves – this is seriously compelling wine!
$85
$81ea in any 3+
$77ea in any 6+
Dry - up to 60 g/l
A fantastic entrée to D’Oliveiras range, with an enticing nose with notes of bitter orange, raisined fruit, sweet spice and a touch of charred wood. Lithe and lively on the palate with an excellent balance of fresh acidity, sweet citrus and an almost meaty, rancio nuttiness.
$85
$81ea in any 3+
$77ea in any 6+
Medium Dry - 60-80 g/l
Very impressed by the harmony of primary fruit and secondary characters; definitely a wine that keeps you coming back for more. The nose is initially savoury with hazelnuts, smoke and pine needles that open up to candied peel, baking spice and fruit mince. Higher sugar levels lend a mouth-filling richness, complemented by pithy citrus flavours and balanced by hints of spice and dried herbs. A long savoury finish.
$85
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$77ea in any 6+
Sweet - 100+g/l
A very elegant nose with a touch of rancio volatility that sings against a rich backdrop of toffee, prunes and a prickle of baking spice and sweet liquorice. Weighty but wonderfully fresh on the palate with sweet dried fruit, warming spice and a touch of something savoury, charry, almost medicinal. This wine walks the tightrope of richness and finesse beautifully.
$85
$81ea in any 3+
$77ea in any 6+
Medium Dry
"It has a terse, orange rind, California raisin and dried apricot-scented bouquet with attractive resinous aromas emerging with aeration. The palate is well-balanced with superb acidity, crisp, honeyed fruit and a delicious spicy finish that is focused and tense. This is one of the best in their range." Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate
$86
$83ea in any 3+
$80ea in any 6+
Sweet
Bright, amber-coloured and light golden nuances. This wine offers us a complex aroma of dried fruits, jam and some wood. Full-bodied, rich and smooth with a taste of nuts and honey. Very pleasant aftertaste. Henriques & Henriques
$86
$83ea in any 3+
$80ea in any 6+

Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2015

Port | Douro, Portugal

As always this 100% single-quinta wine is drawn from Noval’s own vines. There are three core parcels, all near the winery—the terraces directly surrounding the winery in Pinhão, the vines in the Roncão Valley and a parcel overlooking the Douro River. “The finish is long and jam-packed with delicious fruit, while the purity of that fruit is remarkable. Between its backbone and the freshness of the year, it should age well. Few will refuse a second glass of this debonair Porto at the
$203
$193ea in any 3+
$183ea in any 6+

Quinta do Noval 20 Year Old Tawny NV

Port | Portugal, Douro

"Gloriously fresh and completely alive, this adds an extra layer of depth and concentration of flavor to the 10 Year Old, of course, but that's not the main attraction here. This has all of Noval's typical grace and elegance while the complexity level is nicely above average. Then, its bright demeanor makes its fruit lifted and drives the medley of flavors home. It persists nicely, becoming something to contemplate as well as enjoy." Mark Squires, The Wine Advocate
$216
$206ea in any 3+
$196ea in any 6+

Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2020

Port | Douro, Portugal

As always this 100% single-quinta wine is drawn from Noval’s own vines. There are three core parcels, all near the winery—the terraces directly surrounding the winery in Pinhão, the vines in the Roncão Valley and a parcel overlooking the Douro River.  Each year, the blending proportions for the Vintage Port will vary depending on the vagaries of the vineyard. The 2020 is a blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinto Cão, Sousão, and Tinta Roriz (very little Touriga Francesa was used in 2020)
$229
$219ea in any 3+
$209ea in any 6+
One of my Fav's!

Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2019

Port | Portugal, Douro

As always this 100% single-quinta wine is drawn from Noval’s own vines. There are three core parcels, all near the winery—the terraces directly surrounding the winery in Pinhão, the vines in the Roncão Valley and a parcel overlooking the Douro River.  Each year, the blending proportions for the Vintage Port will vary depending on the vagaries of the vineyard. "This is well defined on the nose, with dusky black fruit laced with graphite and clove [and] hints of liquorice, eucalyptus
$233
$223ea in any 3+
$213ea in any 6+

Quinta do Noval Vintage Port 2021

Port | Portugal, Douro

As always this 100% single-quinta wine is drawn from Noval’s own vines. There are three core parcels, all near the winery—the terraces directly surrounding the winery in Pinhão, the vines in the Roncão Valley and a parcel overlooking the Douro River.  Each year, the blending proportions for the Vintage Port will vary depending on the vagaries of the vineyard. The 2021 is a blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinto Cão, Sousão, Tinta Roriz and Touriga Francesa—all foot-trodden in temperature
$260
$250ea in any 3+
$240ea in any 6+
Medium Sweet - 80-100g/l

Pereira D’Oliveiras Boal Colheita 2001

Boal | Portugal, Madeira

A delightful nose combines dark honey with herbal/vegetal, red date, hazelnut, smoke and wood-aged aromas. There’s a range of forest smells (wood, damp foliage, sweet, fresh clean air…), faded plum and a maritime pungency (very much a Boal character) of iodine engendering an umami rich-savouriness. The palate is incredibly subtle and unforced, a wine of natural delicacy where great aged character gives a medium-sweet mid-palate with considerable power. Deliciously sweet jar fruits with lovel
$288
$278ea in any 3+
$268ea in any 6+
Medium Dry - 60-80g/l

Pereira D’Oliveiras Verdelho Colheita 2004

Verdlho | Portugal, Madeira

Faded tropicals, sweet old persimmon with its citric edge, rancio and complex wood-oxidative characters. Slowly lengthening sweetness is guided by sweet-fresh acidity. The palate is gently plush, full of persimmon’s perfumed sweetness, velvet-textured, golden and round with tart fruit skin and jagged citric acidity giving penetrating run. Scott Wasley, The Spanish Acquisition
$288
$278ea in any 3+
$268ea in any 6+
Sweet - 100+g/l

Pereira D’Oliveiras Malvazia Colheita 2000

Malvasia | Portugal, Madeira

Aromatic interest aplenty, with complex tea smells lifting out of caramelised date richness. Grilled bread, nuts and polished timbers add interest to the sweetness. The palate is rich and lush, perfectly balancing old concentrated prune richness with fresher, grapier, perfumed lift, and there’s no heaviness or cloying. There’s graceful earthiness in the sweetness and the acid outruns the sugar, carrying iodine and nut past the caramel into a fresh, perfumed finish. Scott Wasley, The Spani
$288
$278ea in any 3+
$268ea in any 6+