1994 too young to drink?!jdaw1 wrote:Meanwhile, we drink more eighty-fives than any other year. We also over-consume 2000s and 1994s, which are far too young.
This statement is just blatantly wrong and should be challenged.
When is a Vintage Port "too young" to drink? Surely a Vintage Port is only too young to drink when the person opening the bottle fails to enjoy it. Has anyone on the forum ever opened a bottle of 1994 and failed to enjoy it? Fine, it might be better in 10 years, but did you actually take a sip and say to yourself "Euch! That's horrible!".
So to prove my point, please vote in the poll and help me to demonstrate to JDAW that he should be opening and drinking far more of his 1994 ports than clearly he is at the moment.