World-famous sweetened Amontillado in colour, it's a brilliant amber and on the nose there are intense aromas of dried nuts, figs and dates. Full-bodied and balanced, with low acidity. Sweet and persistent.
The current release displays a vibrant yellow colour and a lifted nose with fragrant, floral citrus aromas and orange zest. The palate is soft and bursting with flavour, hints of orange and musk shine through to provide a tangy and zippy palate with a long clean fresh finish.
This is one the most famous and very best Port houses and the style of this is all about sweet black fruit and low tannin but flavours that last well. It is considered one of the best non-traditional styles.
A truly great wine matured in the town of Puerto de Santa Maria, considered by many experts to be the home of the finest classic fino. The flagship of the House of Lustau; a dry elegant Sherry, light and smooth with just a hint of the sea and attractive fruit. Very fresh, with a slight taste of tangy yeast.
A rich concentrated wine which is classically dry with hints of sweetness, its has a deep amber gold colour and flavours of rich bitter chocolate and baked chestnuts leave an intense lingering aftertaste. This wine finds great appeal with the connoisseur and is appreciated by all oloroso lovers.
A fine dry white Port made out of traditional white grape varieties such as a Malvazia Fina. Aged in wood barrels for 3 years, this type of Port is made using the same procedures as for other Ports but allowing fermentation to continue for longer before the fortification. Dry White Porto is known as a classic aperitif, recommended to be drunk chilled and served with olives and roasted almonds. It is also very pleasant on the rocks garnished with a slice of orange.
Smith Woodhouse is a small house renowned for the quality of all their ports but what they really excel at is this - traditional LBV. Easily one of the best in it's class and a port that you can drink now or keep for 10+ years.