Warre’s 1997 is a warm, dark wine with coffee, cassis and fig notes. It is packed with layers of flavour, ripe red fruit and an enormous structure. It is a typical Warre’s with an effortless balance of elegance and power that is approachable now.
Warre’s is the oldest British Port house, founded in 1670 by William Burgoyne and John Jackson. By 1791 Warre’s accounted for 10% of Port shipments out of Portugal. Today, Warre’s are famous for producing an opulent style of Port which has great elegance and freshness. Production is centred on their best vineyards at the cool Quinta Cavadinha which sits at a high altitude in the mountains.