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  1. Rumours Pink Moscato

    Rumours Pink Moscato

    TYPEDessert COUNTRYAustralia RegionRiverina YEAR2015
    • HK$96
    The Pink Moscato 2015 has a vivid rose pink colour with A nose of freshly harvested strawberries. The palate has hints of cherry, with flavours of strawberry and finishin
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  2. Dow's LBV - Late Bottled Vintage

    Dow's LBV - Late Bottled Vintage

    TYPEPort COUNTRYPortugal RegionDouro YEAR2011
    • HK$250
    Has a deep opaque ruby colour with a red rim. On the nose showing a striking aromatic display of lovely rich fresh blackberries and dark plums combined with concentrated
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  3. Dow's Crusted Port 2007 label

    Dow's Crusted Port

    TYPEPort COUNTRYPortugal RegionDouro YEAR2012
    • HK$300

    Dow's Crusted is a blend of excellent young ports from two or three harvests, bottled without any fining or filtration. Its name derives from the fact, that exactly li
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  4. Dow's 10 Year Old Port

    Dow's 10 Year Old Port

    TYPEPort COUNTRYPortugal RegionDouro
    • WS90
    • HK$371
    Dow's 10-Year Old Tawny Port has a bright tawny colour. On the nose brimming with aromas of candied fruit and toffee, beautifully combined with some mature ripe fruit. On
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  5. Dow's 2000 Vintage Port

    Dow's 2000 Vintage Port

    TYPEPort COUNTRYPortugal RegionDouro YEAR2000
    • RP94
    • HK$1,180

    An opaque blue/purple color (typical of this vintage's top offerings) is followed by a strikingly provocative aromatic display (flowers, licorice, blackberries, and ca
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  6. Dow's 1977 Vintage Port 'Tappit Hen'

    Dow's 1977 Vintage Port 'Tappit Hen'

    TYPEPort COUNTRYPortugal RegionDouro YEAR1977
    • RP93
    • HK$9,715 HK$8,000
    • HK$1,715 (18%)

    The Dow's 1977 Tappit Hen bottles have been aged under perfect conditions for more than three decades in the Symington family's own private cellar. Heading towards its
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