1963
Wine and Port

The 1963 Vintage

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When looking for that perfect 1963 Wine we can provide advice to ensure that the Wine you select from 1963 is the very best vintage Wine for your needs.

You can browse our selection of 1963 Wines at our site 1963 wine, or take a look at our description here of the 1963 vintage to learn about the Wine characteristics from 1963's season. Also check out our selection of 1963's highly recommended Wines from our online vintage Wine portfolio.

Our 1963 Wines can be delivered direct anywhere in the UK. For a small additional charge, the Wine can be packaged in a beautiful, silk-lined wooden presentation box with tasting notes and a personalised message.

About the 1963 vintage

1963 Vintage Port :

1963 vintage ports are the benchmark against which others are compared: the Vintage is considered to be legendary. The perfect 57 year old wine gift for a birthday or anniversary, anyone born in 1963 has a wine for life. Cockburn, Croft, Dow, Fonseca, Graham, Quinta do Noval Nacional, Taylor and Warre all stand out amongst a uniformly excellent field of producers. The combination of a near-perfect growing season and temperate weather during the harvest made for this incredible vintage - nearly all the shippers produced supremely balanced and well-structured wines for a full-on declaration. Ports from this year never fail to impress with their essential three components of fruit, tannin and elegance. Aging supremely and retaining their youth, these ports often appear to be younger than they actually are!

1963 Italian :

The Italian 1963 wine vintage was hampered by wet weather and is generally considered to be a mediocre vintage for Italian wines from Piedmont and Tuscany. Quality Italian reds such as Barolo and Brunello are most likely to have longevity.

1963 Bordeaux :

The 1963 wine vintage was a very poor for Bordeaux wines. The winter was harsh, the spring weather did little to promote successful flowering, and the weather throughout summer was cold and damp right through to September. Because of this, rot was a continual issue throughout the region.