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Calem

Calem was created in 1859 by António Alves Calem. That same year, the wine producer began exporting the brand to Brazil, at a time when it would normally only be exported to the British Isles or other places in Europe.

Calem wines are grown in the Douro region and are aged in the cellars of Gaia, until today.

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Picture of Calem 10 years - Port Wine
Calem 10 years - Port Wine is a wine produced in Portugal, in the Porto e Douro region, by Calem. It is made with Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Tinta Barroca grapes.
From £25.75
Picture of Calem 20 years - Port Wine
Calem 20 years - Port Wine is a wine produced in Portugal, in the Porto e Douro region, by Calem.
From £47.46
Picture of Calem Dry White - Port Wine
Calem Dry White - Port Wine is a wine produced in Portugal, in the Porto e Douro region, by Calem.
From £16.50
Picture of Calem Velhotes Tawny - Port Wine
Calem Velhotes Tawny - Port Wine is a wine produced in Portugal, in the Porto e Douro region, by Calem. It is made with Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Tinto Cão, Touriga Franca grapes.
From £14.55
Picture of Calem Velhotes White - Port Wine
Calem Velhotes White - Port Wine is a wine produced in Portugal, in the Porto e Douro region, by Calem. It is made with Viosinho, Malvasia Fina, Verdelho, Rabigato grapes.
From £14.41