Fortified Strength

Fortified Strength

by Westgarth Wines July 11, 2019

Although some would argue that there is declining interest in fortified wine, the top producers are still producing gems and not shying away from putting hefty price tags on them. One could perhaps look to the re-emergence of Sherry’s popularity with mixologists and lovers of fine wine, the small-production exclusivity of Madeira, or the glamour of a vintage Port to explain this. In a round-up of the priciest fortified wines, JS Terrantez Madeira heads the list at $8602. In fact, all ten of the wines listed are products of Portugal. The runner up is Graham’s Ne Oublie Port at $6106 to $7073, followed by another two Madeira wines. Click through to read more!

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