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1960 Butler & Nephew - Douro Vintage Port - 1 Flasche (0,75 l)
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1960 Butler & Nephew - Douro Vintage Port - 1 Flasche (0,75 l)

1 bottle of Butler & Nephew Vintage 1960 Port Stored in an underground cellar for decades. Bottle in good condition (seal, label, capsule, fill) Fully mature Vintage Port. Butler & Nephew This House was founded by John Nash in Burmester, Nash & Co in 1730. In 1789 they dissolved the partnership and James Butler was taken as partner and the firm became Nash, Butler & Co. Twenty years later J Butler took Mr. Nash's nephew Mr. Tyndale as partner and the firm changed name again to Butler, Tyndale & Co. In 1829 James Butler's nephew Robert Butler joined and the name then became Butler & Nephew. When Samuel Dixon had been director of the house in 1854 they became well-known for their exclusive Port. After the Second World War the house was owned by Gonzalez Byass and later Porto Vasconcellos took charge of the firm. In 1979 Stephen Christie bought the Gonzalez Byass business in Portugal to which Vasconcellos and Butler-Nephew belongs. Later on - in 1989 - Sandeman bought a large part of the stock. The brand however was still in the hands of Stephen Christie and today the brand is used again, this time appearing in the portfolio of Christie's wines. PLEASE NOTE: This is a recurring auction. Therefore, the ​seal number(s) you see in the photos might differ from the one(s) on your bottle(s).

Nr. 84136869

Verkauft
1960 Butler & Nephew - Douro Vintage Port - 1 Flasche (0,75 l)

1960 Butler & Nephew - Douro Vintage Port - 1 Flasche (0,75 l)

1 bottle of Butler & Nephew Vintage 1960 Port
Stored in an underground cellar for decades.
Bottle in good condition (seal, label, capsule, fill)
Fully mature Vintage Port.

Butler & Nephew
This House was founded by John Nash in Burmester, Nash & Co in 1730. In 1789 they dissolved the partnership and James Butler was taken as partner and the firm became Nash, Butler & Co. Twenty years later J Butler took Mr. Nash's nephew Mr. Tyndale as partner and the firm changed name again to Butler, Tyndale & Co. In 1829 James Butler's nephew Robert Butler joined and the name then became Butler & Nephew. When Samuel Dixon had been director of the house in 1854 they became well-known for their exclusive Port. After the Second World War the house was owned by Gonzalez Byass and later Porto Vasconcellos took charge of the firm. In 1979 Stephen Christie bought the Gonzalez Byass business in Portugal to which Vasconcellos and Butler-Nephew belongs. Later on - in 1989 - Sandeman bought a large part of the stock. The brand however was still in the hands of Stephen Christie and today the brand is used again, this time appearing in the portfolio of Christie's wines.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a recurring auction. Therefore, the ​seal number(s) you see in the photos might differ from the one(s) on your bottle(s).

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