Some Great Tasting

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Sten
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Some Great Tasting

Post by Sten » 09:37 Thu 29 Dec 2016

We have had some nice Great Tasting during the autumn of the vintage 1958 now 58 years old and the vintage 1988. We were also in Leverkusen and participate in Axel Probst's unbelievable Calem tasting. If you are interested please look at our web-site: www.vintageport.se
During Christmas we have enjoyed an Unknown house from 1901, Quinta do Panascal from 1906, Cockburn 1916, Forrester 1926 and ended with Delaforce and Quales Harris 1960.
As you all understand, we do love Port!

Sten from Malmö

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Re: Some Great Tasting

Post by jdaw1 » 23:41 Thu 29 Dec 2016

Sten wrote:Unknown house from 1901
Graham? What else could it be?

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Re: Some Great Tasting

Post by PhilW » 08:40 Fri 30 Dec 2016

jdaw1 wrote:
Sten wrote:Unknown house from 1901
Graham? What else could it be?
Hooper's perhaps? If only there were a definitive reference on which producers made and sold vintage ports in which years...

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Re: Some Great Tasting

Post by Sten » 11:54 Fri 30 Dec 2016

I had hope it was a Graham when I bought it but as my sons-in-law said:
We know also of Gonzales Byass, Hooper, Silca Cosens and possible Real Velha
that´s why we wrote Unknown!

Kind Regards

Sten

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