These 3 bottles come from a private cellar and have been with the same family for over 50 years. Each bottle has been looked after and are all at full neck levels, have intact capsules and labels which are in good condition.
If you are born in 1963 you can have a wine for life.
91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
A light rust, garnet hue with degradated deep brick rim. The nose is comparatively simple with scents of cherry, spice, iron rust and wild strawberry. Perhaps a little flat compared to the others. A medium-bodied palate, quite pretty, with damson, cherries and a touch of sloes. Quite cohesive, though lacking the breeding of great 1963s. But the finish is pleasantly harmonious with good vigour, though perhaps rather linear. Given its reputation, this is actually better than I anticipated. Something tells me that this is an over-performing bottle, but this is a lovely, elegant mature port. Tasted February 2007. (NM-Wine Journal)
These bottles come in a wooden silk lined presentation case at no extra charge.
By Paul - Had the chance to share a bottle of this May 18 - fantastic, great nose, palate and length. Surprisingly young for a 55 year old wine.