Vintage Port is one of the world’s most distinctive and ageworthy wines. Boasting a long history, the production of Port remains steeped in tradition today. Because of this stature, as well as the need to cellar Vintage Ports for two decades or more before they reach their peak, buying these consistently high quality wines requires a commitment on the part of the consumer—but one that is amply rewarded.
Read senior editor James Molesworth's report on the 2020 vintage, with scores and tasting notes for top bottlings from Quinta do Noval, Churchill, Graham, Warre and others.
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