1882 Ne Oublie (75cl)
Origin: Douro Valley, Portugal
Drink: Now and ongoing
Tastes Like: Nutty, Orange Blossom, Cedar wood, Caramel
Serve: From the decanter
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Bottled in an individually numbered hand made crystal decanter, which is presented in a bespoke handcrafted leather box made by Smythson of Bond Street.
Grahams Ne Oublie is a wine to which no superlative could do justice. Simply mind-blowing! At over 130 years old the port dates from the time Andrew James Symington arrived in Portugal in 1882 to establish the now world renowned Port house. This is an ancient wood-aged port which will electrify your taste buds. The nose is very impressive; when we tasted it, the room at Christies auction house was soon full of wonderful aromas of orange blossom, caramel and prunes. We could go on for ever, it really has to be tried as words could never do this fantastic port justice. The palate is equally as impressive; indeed we could still taste the exquisite flavours over an hour later!
Each of the 656 individually numbered decanters has been handmade in blown crystal glass by world-renowned Portuguese glassmakers Atlantis. Scottish silversmiths Hayward & Stott have shaped, formed and engraved the silver neck collars and the coasters of the Ne Oublie decanter. Their silver is known for being some of the finest and purest in the world. Symington's partnered with Smythson of Bond Street to exclusively design the unique Ne Oublie cases. Each case has been handmade by a highly skilled artisan in luminous calf leather and soft nubuck.
|Region||Douro Valley, Portugal|
|Grape||Tourga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz|
|Estimated Delivery||This item will be delivered within 1 to 3 days.|