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1985 Graham's - Vintage Port Port Blend - Portugal - Douro - Red

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Portugal - Douro

Red Port Blend
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Comm: 2011-2016

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Source Jancis Robinson
Author Tphilca
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 12/11/2011
Drink Dates 2011-2016

First vintage port experience. My god. This is not every day port. So much flavor and it kept changing in the glass. 4 people easily finished the bottle and we could have had another! Really tough to beat and the wine is clearly ready. Not much tannin at present

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Author lordotheporto
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Tasted On 02/22/2011

Color: Rose with hints of tawny, and a clear white edge; nice legs. Nose: very little; some alcohol, definite sweetness, and that's about it; no fruit that I could discern. Taste: very smooth entry, mid palate, and finish; little to no tannins left; likewise, very little fruit left, perhaps, some strawberries or plum; secondary characteristics were slight raisiny; very sweet, smooth finish, maybe a little hot but not much. All in all, it was certainly delicate, but it didn't really come across as nuanced and complex as I was expecting.

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