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by ncosta
10:53 Fri 03 Aug 2018
Forum: Selling Port
Topic: Cockburns Vintage 1950
Replies: 5
Views: 545

Re: Cockburns Vintage 1950

Thanks Will W. I have other photos, can i send you some detail photos so you can compare with your bottle? The remaining selo on the bottle seems very old, if the bottle was opened it had to be at least 20 or 30 years ago because this selo seems very old, on the other hand what seems strange is the ...
by ncosta
15:16 Thu 28 Jun 2018
Forum: Selling Port
Topic: Cockburns Vintage 1950
Replies: 5
Views: 545

Re: Cockburns Vintage 1950

Thanks Andy,

in some way i agree with you, the wax seal seems very new for 70 year old bottle and the entire bottle doesn't seem so old.

I don't know what to do, neither if the price is correct.
by ncosta
12:11 Thu 28 Jun 2018
Forum: Selling Port
Topic: Cockburns Vintage 1950
Replies: 5
Views: 545

Cockburns Vintage 1950

Hi People,

i found someone selling a Cockburns Vintage 1950, the bottle seems ok to me, the level is also ok with no drop.

He's selling it for 180€, do you think is a good buy?

Br's,
Nuno.
by ncosta
12:05 Thu 28 Jun 2018
Forum: Introductions
Topic: New to Port
Replies: 3
Views: 940

Re: New to Port

Hello AHB and jdaw1, many thanks for your answers. @AHB Replying to your question i say yes, i produced my Port with grapes from Tras-os-Montes, it's a monovarietal of Touriga Nacional. This year i wiil produce again, this time with grapes from Douro, as i have a cousin there that is producer and wi...
by ncosta
16:33 Mon 11 Jun 2018
Forum: Introductions
Topic: New to Port
Replies: 3
Views: 940

New to Port

Hello All, i'm new to the fórum and new to the Port world, unless for the Vintage style, i'm from Portugal, i live in tras-os-Montes region wich is very near to Douro, i'm also a wine and olive oil producer trying to enter the market right now, but my region is not qualified for Porto so i only do t...