Kopke Fine Tawny Port - Porto
Bottle size: 750ml
Lively brown-orange coloured. Nose of honeydew fruit combined with vanilla fragrant notes on the palate vibrant red fruit flavours enhanced by mellow dried fruits and nuts from ageing with a smooth and round taste, full of rich and involving flavours.
Kopke is the oldest port wine house in the world, established in 1638. Their Port's are of the finest quality and always a favourite of customers in the store.
Porto Kopke is the first & oldest Port House joined to the Sogevinus Group, which ranks fourth among the five largest Port Houses producing 85% of fine Portos. Unique among the top shippers, Sogevinus commands an 80% focus on tawny ports, maintaining stocks of over 100 years.
The hand stenciled Kopke Port bottles express the traditional artisan quality and nostalgic appeal long associated with the enjoyment of the finest ports.
PORTO KOPKE (Cop-key) – Kopke is the market leader for Colheita single year tawnies, exceeding 25% in volume of the Global Share in this high quality Port. Since 1638, when the German diplomat Cristiano Kopke founded the Douro wine shipping company, Kopke has become universally recognized as the first Port house in Port wine history.
In 2011 Porto Kopke celebrates 373 years of continuous product1ion of fine Porto with grapes from its famous Quinta São Luiz with its many gold-medal winning vintages. However, it wasn’t until 1675 that a shipment from the Douro to Holland was first called “Porto” and in 1678 that the Oporto customs office registered its first shipment of Porto to England. Today it maintains its own special character and independent cellars as the quality “standard bearer” of such other Sogevinus firms as Calem, Burmester, Barros, Hutcheson, Gilbert and Rocha.
Delivery is currently free of charge for both straight and mixed cases Australia Wide. (*excludes remote postcodes in WA and NT) (*excludes fundraising orders)
In most instances, a case is 12 bottles, including all mixed cases. Please note that the case quantity can vary between 3-12 bottles, depending on individual wine value and packaging configuration.
The number of bottles that define a straight case is marked in the product pricing page (i.e. "as part of any 6", "single bottle" and "3 or 6 or 12 bottle case").
Where all or part of the order is less than a case (as defined in the product pricing options, or 12 bottles if mixed) shipping will be charged as per your postcode at our cost price, this charge amount will be visible before your order confirmation and payment.
For example, a mixed bottle order of 18 bottles will include a freight charge for the second mixed case of only 6 bottles. A mixed 24 bottle order would be totally freight free.
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