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Taylor Fladgate
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Elite Traveler
March 7, 2013
Return to the Historic Port Wine Cellar District via the Luís I Bridge—one of six spanning the river—to tour the barrel aging rooms at renowned port producer Taylor Fladgate. Taste numerous vintages, among them the rare 150-year-old Scion Port.
– Donna Heiderstadt
Taylor Fladgate
Scion
June 21, 2012
Scion from The Fladgate Partnership, a pre-phylloxera Tawny Port that David Guimaraens discovered in the cellars of a family that had sold wines to the firm for generations. It was a two-barrel lot that proved to be at least 150 years old, carefully tended and still fresh. The Fladgate Partnership agreed to buy it and Guimaraens bottled in it hand-blown Italian crystal decanters, nested in a wooden box designed after a 19th century instrument case.
– Peter Cobb
Taylor Fladgate
Scion
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Wine Enthusiast
March 30, 2012
The oldest and rarest Port available on the market today.
– Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen
Taylor Fladgate
Scion
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Liquor.com
March 30, 2012
Travel through time with just a few sips of Taylor Fladgate Scion. The tawny port was made from grapes grown in 1855 and aged for 155 years in an oak barrel. It’s a rare chance to taste a fortified wine from before the phylloxera epidemic.
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Taylor Fladgate
Scion
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Bloomberg
March 30, 2012
This unique tawny port has a great story behind it and the taste lives up to the tale.
– Elin McCoy
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