In the Port Wine history, and until today, Barros has become known as a prestige brand due to the quality of its Port wines. Founded as a company in the beginning of the XX century, in 1913, by the hands of Manuel de Almeida, with designation "Almeida em Comandita", Barros was at the time mainly dedicated to the Port Wine trade, reason why it was located in Vila Nova de Gaia.
Barros Porto is presently recognised and appreciated all over the world. A great deal of its high awareness is a result of a special Port Wine type - Colheitas - special quality Port Wine that ages in oak casks for a period of 7 years.
Matured in oak; a sweet, elegant, richly flavoured but nonetheless fresh-tasting ruby port. Vanillin and spice-tinged ... More>
Packed with spicy plum aromas supported by mellow oak characters. The seductive palate is richly flavoured, elegantly ... More>
A full-bodied sweeter port from Portugal, would suit with desserts or cheese.... More>
A blend of superior younger wines that has the chewy depths and complexities of a 10-year-old and the vibrant, life-giving ... More>
Similar to Champagne, a style like this is all about the blending. Trawling and tasting through vintage after vintage of ... More>
A true Portuguese tawny port with a fine, delicate nuttiness. Extended barrel maturation has produced a wine with complex ... More>
By port standards, Barros, founded in 1913, is a relative newcomer. But it has evolved to become a prestige brand, based on ... More>