Taylor's is looking to take advantage of rising interest in aged and rare Ports amongst fine wine buyers by launching a single harvest Tawny from the mid-19th Century.
Taylor's is currently bottling its two casks of Single Harvest 1863 into 1,600 crystal decanters and will be releasing the Port worldwide over the next link of months. Bottles are expected to retail for around £3,000 and the companionship believes the launch will appeal to a growing number of fine wine buyers showing interest in aged Tawny Port.'We've seen growing demand throughout the world,' said Taylor's chief executive Adrian Bridge at the London Wine Honest this week. 'Last year, for the first time, aged Tawny Ports went over 0.5m suitcases [in sales]. Value sales were €55m, which means the category is 15% of total Port industry turnover.'The 1863 single harvest has the added the cudos of pre-dating the spread of the phylloxera disease that decimated much of Europe's
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