Port Wine Graham’s Ne Oublie 75cl
The Symington family has released 656 bottles of a Port dating back to the arrival of his great-grandfather AJ Symington in Portugal in 1882
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Port Wine harvest 1882
The Symington family, released 656 numbered bottles from a Port wine dating back to the arrival of his great-grandfather Andrew James Symington to Portugal, in 1882.
The family has named this port wine of ‘Ne Oublie’ in memory of his great-grandfather, who initiated the work of the brand. The name reflects the respect with which the family considers the joint decision of their great-grandparents to commit themselves and their descendants in Portugal, the Douro and Porto.
130 years later, their descendants bottled one of three wine barrels from Oporto. The other two were kept for the next generation of the family and it is they who will decide his future, never before 2025.
This extraordinary wine was bottled and numbered. The hand made crystal bottle was designed by the leading Portuguese manufacturer, Atlantis.
Three bands sterling silver, shaped and recorded by Goldsmith Scottish Hayward & Stott, leading to Edinburgh mark to adorn the glass.
The decanter is presented in a handmade box made from the finest leathers quintessentially British brand Smythson of Bond Street, one of the oldest luxury leather goods in the world.
The Port Ne Oublie represents the work of the best artisans of the three countries from which the Symington family descended: Scotland, England and Portugal.
Ne Oublie is more than a wine of great Porto, is a historic and cultural jewel.