Est. 2011


Lidador is a brand that has been used since the first half of the 20th century, mainly for Reserve Port and Tawny but somtimes also vintage port. We do know that the 1978 vintage was bottled and shipped by Joven Lda. Some years after that the Lidador brand was bottled by The Douro Wine Shippers and Growers Association, linked to Barros Almeida. In 1997 Lidador was bottled by Hutchesson, Feuerheerd & Associados, which was owned by Barros at that time. As far as we know the brand has not been in use since Sogevinus bought Barros and Hutcheson in 2006.

Lidador Vintages:1978 (Joven), 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997

Vintage Port tasting notes:

ColourYellow mature in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetQuite lovely bouquet with butterscotch, burned sugar and some orange zest in the noseScore range15.75 - 15.75
TasteMedium body. Mature and peaking even a little old but balanced and very attractive and elegant. Easy to drink and enjoy with a taste of butterscotch, burned sugar and candy. The finish is maybe a little short but very seductive. This port will not be better so just drink it now.Average score
Last tasted25th August 2019Point this date15.75
CommentTasting at home with the family.
TastersSAI, JB, SS

Old Colheita/Tawny tasting notes:

ColourTawny in colour with almost an olive-green rim.Number of tastings1
BouquetTorched candy and crème candy in the nose.Bottled
TasteMedium body. Torched candy in taste. Mature and even a bit old but quite elegant. Easy to drink and like. Quite long and attractive finish.Score range
Last tasted27th February 2014Point this date15.75
CommentAt the Wine Society 18% tasting in Malmö.
TastersSAI, JB, SS

Last tasted:

20th April
Rozes 2006
19th April
Graham 1991
13th April
Ramos Pinto 2004
10th April
Fonseca 1977
Fonseca 2017
Quinta de Vargellas
Taylor 2005
Taylor 1977
Taylor 1997
Taylor 2017
1st April
Graham’s Malvedos 1987


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