Cockburn's Special Reserve Port 75cl


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Have you got a moment? Uncork this reserve and you'll discover a liquid garnered from the grandest of grapes. You'll taste craft, care and a rich history of families dedicated to making the finest port wines cultivated in the Douro Valley. You'll taste how seasoned oak casks age it to full-bodied perfection.
So if you've got a moment - let's make it special.
Wine of Portugal, The original special reserve, Matured in our cellars, A port wine of special persuasion unreservedly excellent for any occasion
Country of Origin

Allergen Information
Contains Sulphites
Allergy Information
Contains Sulphites
Dietary Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
Grape Variety
Touriga Francesa, Touriga Nacional, Tinta Cão, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Barroca
Tasting Notes
Garnet red colour. A youthful nose packed with rich and concentrated aromas of red fruits, On the palate sweet, well rounded, medium length and with luscious red berry flavours leading to a distinctive dry finish, balanced with fine wood-aged flavours.
Port wine is produced in the Douro valley which was defined and established as a protected region in 1756, making it the oldest defined, regulated and protected wine region in the world. Port became popular in England during the 1700's after the Methuen Treaty was signed in 1703. Merchants were allowed to import Port wine at low duty rate while war with France deprived them of French wines.
Regional Information
The Port region has three areas. Baixo Corgo is the western most area and the wettest in terms of rainfall. Grapes from here are used for inexpensive Ruby and Tawny Ports. Further upstream is Cima Corgo centred on the town of Pinhao. This region is hotter and drier. Grapes grown here are used for Vintage and LBV Ports. Even further upstream is the Douro Superior the hottest of all three regions. Not widely cultivated due to the accessibility of the area. Port is produced here in small quantities.
Current Vintage
Vinification Details
Grapes for our ports are picked by hand and transported to the winery in small crates. The grapes are then placed into large shallow tanks where the grapes were traditionally trodden by foot but more recently machines with rubber `feet' are being used.
Fermentation lasts for about 48 hours. When the alcohol and sugar are at the desired levels, the fermentation is arrested by the addition a pure grape spirit. The Port wines are then aged in large oak casks until ready to bottle.
Symington Family Estates
J.E. Fells
Charles Symington
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Know your limits
The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week


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01 January 2023 by 
great value

My go to on a winters night. Delicious. Prefer this to Taylors

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18 November 2022 by 
Really sweet

I like sweet drinks (e.g. ginger wine) but found this port sweet and undrinkable, on its own or with cheese - was v surprised. Maybe its good with a dessert.

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27 December 2021 by 
Smooth, delicious and too easy to drink

A Christmas gift which was enjoyed so much it’s all gone.

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07 December 2021 by 
Not my favourite

Maybe I'm just fussy, but I found this port a little thin, and oddly a bit too sweet? I usually buy a more mature bottle, but thought I'd try this since it was on offer and the reviews were so good. I won't be buying again.

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18 May 2021 by 
Great Port

Really enjoyed this port. Very smooth, great taste.

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17 January 2021 by 

Great value and even better when its on special offer. Lovely for having a small tumbler before dinner.

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