cloudy and oxidized.even that you can see richness from hot vintage. some prunes, walnuts and yeasty notes. I believe bottle was bad as during the same tasting 1955 was so fresh. even 1928 was still holding extremely well
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(Pol Roger) The second flight went back in time even further. A 1961 Pol Roger was still fresh, with a core of sweet and mature aromas. Honey, beer and caramel were dominant. The ’61 was rich, fleshy and round with caramel and honey flavors to match its aromas. There was more integration here than any of the Doms; the extra ten years had done the Pol Roger well. Its acidity was still special, and lots of vitamin flavors lingered on its finish
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