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Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 22:58 Mon 13 Jun 2016
by JB vintage
I'm sure we cannot make an exhaustive list of all fortified wine but perhaps we could do our best to make such a list?

I would be very interested in getting your help to make an extensive list. I'll start with a few:

1) Port, Portugal
2) Madeira, Portugal
3) Moscatel de Setúbal, Portugal
4) Sherry, Spain
5) Vin doux naturel/VDN, France
6) Marsala, Italy (some non fortified Marsala exists)
7) Commandaria, Cyprus (some non fortified Commandaria exists)
8) Samos, Greece
9) Mavrodaphne, Greece
10) Carcavelos, Portugal
11) Liqueur muscat, Australia
12) Liqueur tokay, Australia,
13) Massandra, Krim making their own kind of Port/Sherry/Madeira/Muscat
14) Vin Santo Liquoroso, Italy (there are also non fortified Vin Santo)

Re: Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 12:37 Tue 14 Jun 2016
by Andy Velebil
Napa and the other wine regions in California
Finger Lakes wine region in New York
Pretty sure Oregon and Washington too

Re: Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 14:34 Tue 14 Jun 2016
by CaliforniaBrad
Andy Velebil wrote:Napa and the other wine regions in California
Finger Lakes wine region in New York
Pretty sure Oregon and Washington too
Basically any place in the US that has a winery has someone making a fortified wine.


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Re: Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 13:34 Mon 20 Jun 2016
by AHB
Maury from the south of France.

Is Vin Jaune fortified?

South Africa produces fortified wines which used to be called port, but are now called Cape Vintage / Cape Late Bottled Vintage / Cape Tawny made in exactly the same way as in the Douro (often by the same winemakers) and from the same grape varieties.

Re: Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 12:14 Fri 01 Jul 2016
by DRT
Buckie, produced by monks in Devon and a great favourite of the under-aged, under-privileged and anti-social youths of Glasgow and Lanarkshire.

Re: Exhaustive list of fortified wine?

Posted: 23:05 Thu 18 Aug 2016
by DaveRL
Vermouth. Does anyone drink Vermouth neat?

If Buckie counts do QC British wine, Thunderbird, or Scotsmac also count. Perhaps not - too far off the spirit of the thread?