Warre's unfiltered lbv

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Warre's unfiltered lbv

Post by Constandia » 17:06 Tue 16 Apr 2019

Drunk and disorderly at the BFT decided we should plan a warre's LBV vertical because I just love them.

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Post by Doggett » 18:30 Tue 16 Apr 2019

I think I have the 2003, 2004 and 2007 like everyone else no doubt... in the off chance I can make it I have those. Wonderful idea though.

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Post by benread » 22:10 Tue 16 Apr 2019

Constandia wrote:Drunk and disorderly at the BFT decided we should plan a warre's LBV vertical because I just love them.
Me too! I have a reasonable selection of these. 1981, 1982 and 2003 certainly. At least a couple of others too.


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Post by Jasper May » 23:03 Tue 16 Apr 2019

Sounds a great idea - I have 2000, 2001 & 2002 not listed above.

I really hope I can make it (I work abroad more than half the year), if I cannot then I am very happy to put the bottles up for adoption should they be needed.

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Post by akzy » 07:27 Wed 17 Apr 2019

I've got 2004. Ioana would be keen as well. Might up for adoption of something.

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Post by CPR 1 » 08:09 Wed 17 Apr 2019

I like the sound of this. I have 92 and 00.

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Post by DaveRL » 12:07 Wed 17 Apr 2019

They are lovely. I like this idea. I don't have any older ones though, can only replicate the 2000, 01, 02, 03 and 04 already offered.

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Post by flash_uk » 14:03 Wed 17 Apr 2019

Great idea. Have always enjoyed the older Warre LBVs which I’ve tasted. I think I have something in storage - will need to check.

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Post by AHB » 15:11 Wed 17 Apr 2019

If there's any interest in doing a double vertical, Luís Sottomayor gave me a set of bottles from the LBV masterclass he delivered at the BFT yesterday with the instruction to share them with the folks on The Port Forum.
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Post by PhilW » 16:38 Wed 17 Apr 2019

AHB wrote:If there's any interest in doing a double vertical, Luís Sottomayor gave me a set of bottles from the LBV masterclass he delivered at the BFT yesterday with the instruction to share them with the folks on The Port Forum.
Sounds like an excellent idea - and generous of Luis.

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Post by Constandia » 16:42 Thu 18 Apr 2019

AHB wrote:
15:11 Wed 17 Apr 2019
If there's any interest in doing a double vertical, Luís Sottomayor gave me a set of bottles from the LBV masterclass he delivered at the BFT yesterday with the instruction to share them with the folks on The Port Forum.
Sounds a great idea! It will fit nicely with the theme and we can compare and contrast :)

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Post by Constandia » 16:47 Thu 18 Apr 2019

It's great that so many of you are up for this. I'll have a look on my diary and suggest possible dates this weekend.

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Post by benread » 16:48 Thu 18 Apr 2019

AHB wrote:If there's any interest in doing a double vertical, Luís Sottomayor gave me a set of bottles from the LBV masterclass he delivered at the BFT yesterday with the instruction to share them with the folks on The Port Forum.
That would be interesting but we might need to do a limited comparison as to do otherwise would deny us the option to see how these evolve in the way the Warre 1981/1982 have. ( IIRC the Sandeman LBV started at 2000. ) Unless we can source some earlier ones from team TPF!


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Re: Warre's unfiltered lbv

Post by AHB » 17:07 Thu 18 Apr 2019

You are quite right, the Sandeman masterclass started at 2000 and got younger. I have some 2011 Sandeman LBV but nothing else.
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Re: Warre's unfiltered lbv

Post by jdaw1 » 09:55 Fri 19 Apr 2019

Yes please.

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