Warres

Warres

Warre (pronounced ‘war’) is the oldest of all British Port houses, founded as a trading company by two Englishmen in 1670. It was in 1729 that William Warre joined the company, starting an important dynasty that influenced both the Port trade and the military history of the peninsula. 

In 1905 Andrew Symington became a partner and the seeds of the Symington Family Estates were planted. Warre’s Ports are traditionally very elegant, with a great deal of finesse. Robotic ‘feet’ press the grapes at Warre’s quintas.

  1. Warre's vintage
    Warre's Port, vintage 1980
    Port Blend 20.0% Vol
    Port > Classic Vintage Port
    From an unsung vintage: well-rounded with black cherry, peppery and perfumed nose, then lots of...
    £99.00 per bottle
  2. Warre's vintage
    Warre's Port, vintage 1985 (Shrewsbury Oddment)
    Port Blend 20.0% Vol
    Port > Classic Vintage Port
    Violets and blackcurrants on the nose with firm tannins and strong fruit. Approaching perfection....
    £94.00 per bottle