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Chateau Cheval Blanc, 1952

St. Emilion Grand Cru (Low Shoulder Level)
John Harvey & Sons Label

Château Cheval Blanc is a property in the Saint-Émilion region of Bordeaux, classified with the top ranking of Premier Grand Cru Classé A. It is regarded by many as the greatest wine of the appellation, and is certainly the most famous Cabernet Franc-based wine in the world. Typically the grand vin is lush and full bodied with great weight of fruit. It tends to require 10 years of bottle age and the best vintages can last half a century or more.

Price: £495.00 (1 in Stock)

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Cognac, 1952

T Hine Cognac

Price: £795.00 (1 in Stock)

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Gattinara, 1952

Pietro Ferretti

Gattinara is a red Italian wine produced from Nebbiolo grapes grown within the boundaries of the commune of Gattinara which is located in the hills in the north of the province of Vercelli, northwest of Novara in the Piedmont region. The wine is made from a minimum of 90% Nebbiolo grapes and is renowned for its longevity. Notes: a meaty, chunky wine with a subtle, clean nose. Hints of tar and bark, with undertones of cherries and rose petals. Light tannins.

Price: £189.00 (4 in Stock)

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Madeira, 1952

MBV - Tinta Negra - Bottled by Barbeito

This is a rare and very limited release of the 1952 Madeira from the family cellars. That we were able to acquire. bottled in 2017. The bottles are in perfect condition.

Reviews "There is something ethereal about tasting such a rare vintage. The 1952 Tinta Negra is very dry as one would expect from this style of Madeira. There is a huge amount happening on the complexity front with some bitter nut skin notes with dried flowers and citrus pith. Although quite dry, this does not come across as too severe. An electric wine that is astonishingly refreshing. Massive finish that goes on and on.

Price: £485.00 (11 in Stock)

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Madeira, 1952

Verdelho

Price: £325.00 (1 in Stock)

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Messias Port, 1952

Colheita- Single Harvest Tawny Port

The Messias colheita port from the outstanding 1952 vintage has been aged in a barrel until bottling in 2017.
The extended barrel aging has given this wine a complex fusion of dried fruit and cedar notes. On the palate the wine is smooth and full bodies with plenty nuts and sweet fruit on the palate, fine balance. A tremendous finish which goes on forever. There's no question about the quality on display here.

Price: £285.00 (43 in Stock)

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Niepoort Port, 1952

Colheita Port

This wine has light tinges of ruby in the heart of this wine that mostly show a well-evolved color. Initially there was a minty note that will delight port lovers. Concentrated flavours and good length on the finish. This wine has plenty of life left

Price: £325.00 (2 in Stock)

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Niepoort Port, 1952

Colheita Port (Traditional Bottle)

This wine has light tinges of ruby in the heart of this wine that mostly show a well-evolved color. Initially there was a minty note that will delight port lovers. Concentrated flavours and good length on the finish. This wine has plenty of life left

Price: £425.00 (1 in Stock)

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Sherry, 1952

Harvey's Bristol Milk Sherry
Bottled in 1952 - LEVEL BELOW SHOULDER

This Bristol Cream sherry wine, was bottled in 1952. An intense sherry that balances sweet and bitter notes with hints of nuts and oranges.

In the late 17th century, sweetened Oloroso was hugely popular in the UK. It was known as milk sherry or Bristol Milk, because most of the sherry trade to the UK was passing through the port of Bristol. Different types of wines arrived in Bristol and they were blended to create a sweet, smooth mixture.

Serving Suggestion:
Enjoy around 15 degrees Celsius with blue cheese or desserts.

Price: £150.00 (1 in Stock)

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Sherry, 1952

Harvey's Bristol Milk Sherry
Bottled in 1952 - LEVEL LOW SHOULDER

This Bristol Cream sherry wine, was bottled in 1952. An intense sherry that balances sweet and bitter notes with hints of nuts and oranges.

In the late 17th century, sweetened Oloroso was hugely popular in the UK. It was known as milk sherry or Bristol Milk, because most of the sherry trade to the UK was passing through the port of Bristol. Different types of wines arrived in Bristol and they were blended to create a sweet, smooth mixture.

Serving Suggestion:
Enjoy around 15 degrees Celsius with blue cheese or desserts.

Price: £150.00 (1 in Stock)

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