Selling Vintage port

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nessie
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Selling Vintage port

Post by nessie » 18:10 Wed 09 Nov 2016

We are thinking of selling our port herewith a list.
1970 Offley Boa Vista 7 bottles
1985 Porto calem: 1 box
1985 Fonseca 1 box
1975 Warres 2 boxes
1977 Grahams 2 boxes
1963 Fonseca 1 bottle
1927 Fonseca 1 bottle
1970 Warres 5 bottles
1970 Ramos Pinto 2 boxes
Not sure if this site is only for the USA?

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DRT
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Re: Selling Vintage port

Post by DRT » 18:18 Wed 09 Nov 2016

Hi,

That is a fine collection of Port :D

The users of this site are predominantly in the UK but we do have members from a number of states in the US who might be interested. Please let us know where you (or the Port) are located so that people can decide whether or not it is worth opening up a discussion with you.

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Derek
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AHB
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Re: Selling Vintage port

Post by AHB » 19:36 Wed 09 Nov 2016

Could I also ask you to clarify whether the "boxes" are boxes of 12 bottles or of 6.

And could you confirm that you did mean to type "1927 Fonseca" as this seems rather at odds with the other ports on the list. Did you, perhaps, mean 1972?
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