• Jacqueline Gum

    How very interesting that wine making in this region goes back to the 3rd and 4th centuries! I am always fascinated with the histories of wine making families such as the Symingtons and their ability to pass on through the generations their craft. Smith Woodhouse LBV Port 2001 sounds like a great find.

    • It was a interesting piece of information that I thought others would enjoy reading. I know I found it fun. This is a delight that you will love when you give it a try. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    It’s nice to sit back and enjoy a good port every once in awhile. The emphasis being on “good” port. This one certainly sounds like a nice choice to keep in mind for the next opportunity.

    • I hear you on the “good” part and the is certainly in that category Debra. If you have a chance to find this delight I do believe you’d enjoy it. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    I enjoy the reading about the history of wine makers. This one is no exception. If I could drink wine, their history would be in large part how I would choose a purchase. That and the label of course. LOL

    • I do enjoy learning about the different vintners too Cheryl. Aside form the tasting, that all is part of the fun it. 🙂

  • As you know I don’t drink much but I do like a nice port