When looking for that perfect 1964 Wine and Vintage Port we can provide advice to ensure that the Wine and Vintage Port you select from 1964 is the very best vintage Wine and Vintage Port for your needs.
You can browse our selection of 1964 Wine and Vintage Ports at our site 1964 wine, or take a look at our description here of the 1964 vintage to learn about the Wine and Vintage Port characteristics from 1964's season. Also check out our selection of 1964's highly recommended Wine and Vintage Ports from our online vintage Wine and Vintage Port portfolio.
Our 1964 Wine and Vintage Ports can be delivered direct anywhere in the UK. For a small additional charge, the Wine and Vintage Port can be packaged in a beautiful, silk-lined wooden presentation box with tasting notes and a personalised message.
A bottle of port from 1964 makes the perfect 56 year old wine gift, whether for a birthday or anniversary. Our wine buyer recommends the single harvest colheita ports such as the 1964 Messias Colheita Port , as these are drinking very well. They also come with the added advantage that they can be savoured for months after opening. The 1964 port vintage was a challenging year due to fluctuating weather conditions; a small amount of single quinta port was made but it is very rare. However, some truly excellent single harvest Colheitas were produced. The weather at the start of the year was unsettled, with rain and thunderstorms at the end of July followed by a hot, dry August which developed the vines. The hot weather continued throughout the season and into the harvest, when it began to fluctuate. The grapes harvested were more raisin than the winemakers would like and this is reflected in the small amounts of port produced.
An outstanding 5-star vintage in Piedmont and Tuscany that produced wines of immense grandeur. The depth of the bouquet and the fullness of flavour came together with rounded tannins to produce immense wines of character and dimension. Growers could leave the grapes on the vine to become ripe, and harvest went on until mid-November to give a large crop.
1964 favoured the right bank of Bordeaux, which produced some opulent, concentrated wines with high alcohol, an opaque colour, super length and unbridled power. The harvest and weather favoured those producers on the right bank who harvested early (Graves, St Emilion and Pomerol). All of these wines reached the peak of their maturity two decades ago, but show little signs of decline today.