Keep it simple.
In Portugal: a round of Azeitao, some figs and a few almonds.
For the Brits, it's a wedge of Stilton and a sliced Medjool date.
In the States: aged VT Cheddar and some prime CA walnuts.
Founded as a merchant house in London in 1836 by German cousins, Feist remained a family business until after WWII, during which, ironically, their offices were destroyed by Nazi bombs. Relocating to Porto, the company was purchased by Barros and subsequently by Sogevinus. In all probability, the Feist name will be retired and its wines folded into the group's other brands.