Porto Ferreira Duque de Bragança 1895.
Porto "Colheita" Pinto Vilela 1927.
Porto Burmester Reserve Rio Torto 1900.
Porto Wiese & Krohn Reserva 1900.
Porto Wiese & Krohn Reserva 1834.
Porto Tawny Domaine Marquez 1943.
Madere Verdelho 1885. The Madeira Verdelho, the most widespread, gives semi-dry wine with notes of smoky characteristic.
Porto Vinho do Porto Velho "Garrafeira Particular" Domaine Armando Borrajo Vasques 1927. The Porto Vinho do Porto Velho "Garrafeira Particular" from the Domaine Armando Borrajo Vasques in 1927 offers a natural grape sweetness, rich and sweet in the mouth.
Porto Taylor's 1965. The Porto Taylor's in 1965 has a fawn amber color with subtle greenish reflections. The nose is fine and delicate with hazelnut aromas, marzipan, fine oak notes and discreet nuances of orange jam, black pepper and cinnamon. The mouth reveals a silky texture with spicy and warm flavors. The finish is elegant, soft and balanced.
Porto Taylor's 1966. The Porto Taylor's in 1966 has rubis colors. A nose fresh, elegant and finely balanced on scents of violet. The palate offers a remarkable balance, with aromas of figs, nuts and caramel shades, all framed by a good tannic minerality. Beautiful freshness and flavors that are continuing in the final.
Porto Ramos Pinto Reserva Collector. The Porto Ramos Pinto Reserva Collector has a dark brick color. At the nose fresh notes of red fruits and cherries. The mouth is ample, thin and full-bodied. A final with tannins tighten.
Porto Vintage Alves de Sousa 2009. The Porto Vintage Alves De Sousa in 2009 has a dark color. On the nose aromas of cherries, currants and blackberries. On the palate, the wine is tannic but elegant with flavors of black berries. Beautiful finish.
Porto Mirobello 1940. The Porto develops a soft texture, its fruity aromas are amplified and its alcohol level reaches 20 °. Aging in oak barrels then allow it to round and reach perfect maturity.