3 bottles of vintage port

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Sue Harmond
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3 bottles of vintage port

Post by Sue Harmond » 18:32 Mon 08 Oct 2018

Hi.
I have inherited 3 bottles of vintage port from my parents that I would be interested in selling. I have no clue where to start looking ,can anyone help at all please.
The bottles are
W & J Graham Oporto 1970
Croft’s 1975
sandeman Late bottled Vintage 1987 (in box )
I have tried to attach photos also but it is saying file too large ?

Thanks in advance.
Sue

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DRT
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Re: 3 bottles of vintage port

Post by DRT » 21:52 Tue 09 Oct 2018

Hi Sue,

You have my email address so if you send me the pictures I will happily post them for you.

Can you please tell us roughly where you (or the bottles) are and what you know about how and where they have been stored?

Derek
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
Ernest H. Cockburn

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Re: 3 bottles of vintage port

Post by DRT » 22:51 Tue 09 Oct 2018

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Sue Harmond wrote:I inherited them 9 years ago after my Mum passed away. They have always been stored laying down and out of sunlight as advised by my dad. I believe they were given to them as gifts.
I’m based in Thundersley Essex.
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
Ernest H. Cockburn

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