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go to com/ Maynard's Late Bottled Vintage Port 2014 PS9.99 75cl LBV's spend longer in cask than traditional vintage port but are then released immediately.
Matured in large oak casks to develop the wine more quickly than vintage Port, Late Bottled Vintage is the bargain way to experience the Douro's fortified delights.
SOME PEEPS OF PORT | Maynard's Pink Port (PS7.99, Aldi, 50cl): Aldi's port range has won gold in the new International Wine Challenge with Maynard's 1992 Late Bottled Vintage Port (PS19.99) but the pink port is a little different.
Its own-brand Marks & Spencer Late bottled Vintage Port (PS13) was declared to be "a superb example" of late bottled vintage.
Taylors Late Bottled Vintage Port 2010 (PS9.99 at the Co-op, down from PS15.99, until January 15) If you want something richer and with more depth, late bottled vintage port is amazing with stilton.
If vintage port is beyond your budget, late bottled vintage port, especially when it's identified on the label as unfiltered, comes close to the original for considerably less.
They are called Vintage Character or Late Bottled Vintage, known as LBV, or perhaps Special Reserve etc.
4-6 Late bottled vintage port YEARS A single good-but not declared-vintage, ready to drink 4 to 6 years after bottling.
Now the EU is withdrawing permission for 14 wine terms including chateau, classic, clos, sur lie, ruby, tawny and late bottled vintage from being used on labels of U.S.
Then it was back to Porto and a tasting at Graham's Wine Lodge to learn about the differences between ruby, tawny (best served, we are told, after an hour in the fridge), late bottled vintage and vintage.
A Late Bottled Vintage is a wine of a single year, and then bottled after four-six years in cask.
In lesser vintages, producers often make Late Bottled Vintage, or LBV, Port.