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Updated, but need middle initial of John Danza + Simon Lisle

Post by jdaw1 » 18:32 Wed 31 Oct 2007

Updated: parts 1 and 2.

Missing the middle initials of John Danza and Simon Lisle.

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Time for an update.

Post by jdaw1 » 02:41 Sat 22 Dec 2007

Time for an update. If I may now do this myself, please tell me how. If I can’t, somebody who can please cope.

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Post by KillerB » 16:48 Wed 26 Dec 2007

No - this is now done by direct database access, which means access to a part of the system which is not in your control. I will send the file to you... later.

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Pls wait until tomorrow, as some TN will be entered today

Post by jdaw1 » 18:09 Wed 26 Dec 2007

Pls wait until tomorrow, as some TN will be entered later today.

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Ready when you are.

Post by jdaw1 » 04:34 Sat 29 Dec 2007

jdaw1 wrote:Pls wait until tomorrow, as some TN will be entered later today.
They’re done. Ready when you are.

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Post by RonnieRoots » 10:55 Sat 29 Dec 2007

If you can wait a day or two extra.... I have a VP tasting this evening, and will add the notes asap.

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Post by KillerB » 12:07 Sat 29 Dec 2007

Oops - just sent it. But I can send an update afterwards.
Port is basically a red drink

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Updated

Post by jdaw1 » 16:40 Sat 29 Dec 2007

Updated: parts 1 and 2.

Thank you for very helpful clean flat file, with what I needed, and happily devoid of massive amounts of clutter.

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Post by DRT » 22:40 Wed 06 Feb 2008

Is it time yet, or are we waiting until after the 1970 and Croft Off-lines?
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
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Doing both works for me.

Post by jdaw1 » 01:18 Thu 07 Feb 2008

Doing both works for me.

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Tasting Note index update

Post by jdaw1 » 02:03 Sat 16 Feb 2008

Croft offline writeups delayed by request of RAH. Several other tastings have gone in though, so an update would be a good idea. Please send.

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Post by AHB » 11:34 Sat 16 Feb 2008

You may need to do some tidying of Tasting Note titles first. I noted recently that Simon and Axel have posted with abbreviated years or shipper followed by year rather than the "standard" that we are trying to follow.

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Post by KillerB » 14:32 Sat 16 Feb 2008

AHB wrote:You may need to do some tidying of Tasting Note titles first. I noted recently that Simon and Axel have posted with abbreviated years or shipper followed by year rather than the "standard" that we are trying to follow.

Alex
Already done and downloaded.

There are also a couple of senior members, one of whom is an AR pedantic administrator, who do not write "VP" nor "Vintage Port", assuming that we know it is not LBV nor Colheita. I will not name names.

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Post by jdaw1 » 23:07 Sat 16 Feb 2008

Questions

Offley Boa Vista LBV, or Offley LBV?

Also, there was a little confusion about which bottle of G70 was this, resulting in delayed creation of this TN which ought to go in this batch. All you need tell me is the UNIX time — I have everything else.

Does Sandeman Imperial usually have an age indication? Did this have one?

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What we’ve drunk at least ten times

Post by jdaw1 » 23:39 Sat 16 Feb 2008

What we’ve drunk at least ten times:
  • 47 Ã Graham’s;
  • 44 Ã Quinta do Vesuvio;
  • 31 Ã Fonseca;
  • 25 Ã Taylor;
  • 25 Ã Warre;
  • 22 Ã Nacional;
  • 20 Ã Dow;
  • 18 Ã Croft;
  • 18 Ã Noval;
  • 16 Ã Cockburn;
  • 13 Ã Niepoort;
  • 13 Ã Sandeman;
  • 11 Ã Harvey’s (Martinez);
  • 11 Ã Noval colheita;
  • 11 Ã Taylor Quinta de Vargellas.

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Post by AHB » 22:08 Sun 17 Feb 2008

Observation only one:

We have tasting notes for "Berry Bros Selection" and for "Berry Brothers & Rudd", these should be combined in the future.

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Fixed: Berry Brothers & Rudd Selection.

Post by jdaw1 » 22:56 Sun 17 Feb 2008

Fixed: Berry Brothers & Rudd Selection.

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Post by DRT » 10:48 Mon 18 Feb 2008

jdaw1 wrote: Does Sandeman Imperial usually have an age indication? Did this have one?
No. It is a premium ruby so should have NV in front.
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
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I also improved the links on the front page.

Post by jdaw1 » 16:01 Mon 18 Feb 2008

I also improved the links on the front page.

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Post by RonnieRoots » 09:10 Thu 28 Feb 2008

Julian,

When browsing the TN index I noticed that Quinta do Passadouro is listed as "Niepoort Quinta ...".

The ties with Niepoort have been broken since 2004, and the 2005 vintage port (which is the only one in the index) is produced and bottled as an independant single quinta product.

Can you change this in the index?

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Post by DRT » 20:57 Tue 06 May 2008

The last post here was on 28 Feb - not sure if we have had an updated index since then but perhaps it is time to do it again anyway as we seem to have been rather productive in our drinking in recent weeks 88)

Derek
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Post by DRT » 01:04 Tue 27 May 2008

The conversation about Jacob's TN Searchy Thingy that followed the above post has now been moved to here.

So, back on topic, can we please have a TN sort?

Thanks

Derek
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TN sort

Post by jdaw1 » 02:02 Tue 27 May 2008

Chief admin: please send the data on Friday.

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Re: Time for a TN sort?

Post by jdaw1 » 22:38 Mon 20 Oct 2008

Index updated today thanks to ARK for sending data. Cockburn (start here) is looking impressively complete.

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Re: Time for a TN sort?

Post by DRT » 19:06 Mon 24 Nov 2008

I think the time is once again upon us.
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
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