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Community Tasting Notes (73) Avg Score: 95.1 points

  • MIT Sloan Fellows Forum - Meeting and Dinner in the Provinces: With the MIT crew, last wine of the evening and wasn't part of the orginal plan. Always an amazing experience, fresh and vibrant at 52 yrs old...an amazing close to an amazing evening.

    Splash decanted and served, drank over 30 minutes. Consistent with prior notes - the only thing I can add is this bottle had more fruit (from memory) on the front end of the palate. Really special wine

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  • Displayed an uncharacteristic harshness. Red fruit and kirsch dominate the palate. Another disappointing bottle. Signs of old seepage.

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  • Drank at Davy's
    As per previous note this bottle was glorious with all the classic hallmarks of a great port from a great vintage. Wonderful stuff.

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  • At CVA's 50th birthday gala in NYC - Bouley Botanical - great setting and amazing evening. final wine of the evening, birth ear Port for CVA (and me)

    Consistent with prior notes:"Color is fading, medium garnet with bricking at the edges. Intense nose, some heat in the beginning, spices, red fruits, cedar. Some were content to sit and sniff for the first 10 minutes. Palate was a cherry liqueur, spices, cinnamon, fruitcake. Mid and back palate had burnt sugar, caramel, mocha. Very nuanced and textured"

    Great to see how a 52 year old port is holding up, special to drink even for non-Port drinkers. Hard to rate

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  • A disappointing showing from a wine that I have enjoyed in the past. There was a sweetness and one-dimensional bright red fruit aspect to this that belied what has traditionally been a much deeper and more balanced wine for me. Perhaps this did not benefit from being paired with a rich dark chocolate souffle with salted caramel ice cream, or perhaps bottle conditions were not quite right.

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  • By Richard Jennings
    5/17/2010, (See more on RJonWine.com...)

    (Taylor (Fladgate) Porto Vintage) Bricking medium red color with pale meniscus; tobacco, constrained nose, that starts to show TCA after 2 hours in the glass; baked cherry, dried cherry palate with a touch of TCA; long finish (decanted for about 3 hours)

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  • By Lyle Fass
    7/20/2004, (See more on Rockss and Fruit...)

    (Taylor Fladgate) It had an amazing creaminess to it along with great molasses, caramel, and earthy flavors. The creaminess was outrageous as I have never experienced that in in port before. Stunning finish. Had a little heat but I guess that is the deal when it comes to port. I didn't mind it.

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