Messias Colheita 1950

£343.65 (Approximate price)

It is not possible to buy Messias Colheita 1950 right now.

The Messias Colheita 1950 is a fortified wine made in the region of Port based on 1950 grapes. According to Drinks&Co users, this fortified wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Messias Colheita

Type Of Wine: fortified wine
Vintage: 1950 Other vintages
Appellation:Port (Porto and Douro,Portugal)
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Messias Colheita 1950 description

Messias Colheita 1950

TASTING NOTES Porto Messias 1950:

  • View: light mahogany, lemon edge.
  • Nose: Rich nose of raisins and grapes tangerine.
  • Mouth: generous, deep, yet stylish on the palate, rich fruit and a silky smooth, tasty and deep texture.


BODEGA: Messias

GRAPES: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Barroca.


More reviews about Messias Colheita 1950

Laureen Thomas

Posted on at 06.57

4 /5

This wine was the top of the crop during dinner. I enjoyed a bottle with a good friend.
It had an intense colour. A fortified fairly astringent.

Summary of ratings

(1 reviews)
  • 5 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 2 stars
  • 1 star
Your rating:
Drinks&Co's rating:


Based on 1 comments »

Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Messias Colheita 2005

Albert Green
Albert Green


The Messias Colheita 2005 had a very deep color. I drank it several day after I first opened it and, even though the days, it tasted good.
It would have been better with meat.
This wine was recommended by a friends of us.
I always ask for it when I go to the restaurant.
A classic.

Reviews about Messias Colheita 2000

Cynthia Kelly
Cynthia Kelly


Porto Messias Colheita 2000
TASTING NOTES OF Porto Messias Colheita 2000:
- View: red candy
- Nose: aromas of dried fruits and wood
- Mouth: fruity, elegant, sweet on the palate

APPELLATION: Douro (Porto)

WINE PAIRING: desserts
Jessica Barker
Jessica Barker


Caves Messias
Caves Messias is a historic family owned producer renowned for their colheita and vintage ports. Founded in 1926 by Messias Baptista, the company has remained a family owned business up tol the present day. The most famous estate is Quinta do Cachão which has its slopes adjacent to the River Douro, in the subregion Cima Corgo. The vineyard was first planted in 1845 by the Baron Pebble sendomais and later acquired by family Afonso Cabral, who in turn sold it to Messiah family in 1956. In order to increase production capacity, Messias acquired another adjoining property, Quinta do Rei, then belonging Gonzales Byass.

Top Sales Port