Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Organise events to meet up and drink Port.
idj123
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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by idj123 » 18:15 Sat 18 Jan 2020

Have now checked and as suspected, don't currently have too much 2000-only Ni, V, G and (rather oddly) RCV and Dalva.

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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by nac » 22:15 Sun 19 Jan 2020

AHB wrote:
13:55 Sat 18 Jan 2020
nac wrote:
23:02 Thu 16 Jan 2020
...and have just checked and have:

Quinta do Vale
Neil - which Vale was this? Meão? Dona Maria? Mendiz? Another one I can’t think of?

Thanks
Aah, good point.
Just checked and it's the D.Maria.

DaveRL
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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by DaveRL » 23:24 Sun 19 Jan 2020

I will delve into the darkest corners of our cellar tomorrow and see whether what I think is here actually is. Should be a few different Ports according to the excel file...

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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by DaveRL » 14:35 Fri 24 Jan 2020

To hand, Graham, Vesuvio and Dow.

PhilW
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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by PhilW » 11:01 Fri 21 Feb 2020

I'm going to have to withdraw from this tasting due to a work conflict, sorry.
Please pass my spot on to the first reserve.

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Re: Y2K Tasting Tuesday 17th March

Post by jdaw1 » 00:56 Sat 22 Feb 2020

Would an Infantado be welcome?

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