Hi Andy, thanks for the message.
His name was R0n@ld H@ll€n
(I’ve obsfucated it so it isn’t Googleable).
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Thanks all for your help so far. It was in the cellar, so i’m reasonably confident there has been very little temperature variation over it’s life. My grandfather isn’t as lucid as he used to be, but I understand he held a fairly responsible position at Cockburns so it’s safe to assume he knew what ...
Hi everyone. While clearing out my grandfather's house, I found an unopened bottle of Cockburn Smithes & Co (1950) Port. On asking him about it, it turns out he used to work for Cockburns and that he bottled it himself. Our family intend to drink it because he is very ill and probably won't be aroun...