1944
Wine and Port

The 1944 Vintage

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When looking for that perfect 1944 wine and port we can provide advice to ensure that the wine and port you select from 1944 is the very best vintage wine and port for your needs.

You can browse our selection of 1944 wine and ports at our site 1944 wine, or take a look at our description here of the 1944 vintage to learn about the wine and port characteristics from 1944's season. Also check out our selection of 1944's highly recommended wine and ports from our online vintage wine and port portfolio.

Our 1944 wine and ports can be delivered direct anywhere in the UK. For a small additional charge, the wine and port can be packaged in a beautiful, silk-lined wooden presentation box with tasting notes and a personalised message.

About the 1944 vintage

1944 Vintage Port :

1944-vintage-portThe 1944 Port vintage was not declared; no Vintage Port or Single Quinta port was produced in this year. However, some excellent Colheita and Tawny Ports from 1944 were made and we are proud to offer one of the largest collections in the UK. Making the perfect 75 year old wine gifts for a birthday or anniversary, these Colheita ports are true rarities which have been barrel aged until a special bottling commissioned by Vintage Wine and Port. The 1944 Kopke Colheita Port has been selected by the producer as being of the highest quality, and we would recommend it as a truly excellent gift. These colheita ports from the 1944 harvest have already undergone oxidative ageing and as with all tawny port can therefore be savoured over two months after opening.

1944 Italian :

The 1944 Italian Vintage was overshadowed by the war, however a limited number of bottles were still made. The best examples come from Barolo and the area of Piemonte and these are fine wines that will still be drinking well today.

1944 Bordeaux :

The 1944 vintage produced a good standard of Bordeaux wines. France was exceedingly fortunate in the matter of weather during the war. Never, certainly, in the last half century have the French vineyard districts known a comparable succession of dry summers or a higher average of good or creditable vintage years.