These [brand/quinta] descriptions are the same for each vintage, but actually apply only to a particular period of time.
The good news is I haven't spotted anything worthy of keeping secret!Cynthia J wrote:I spotted that too - on the list. Happy for you to use your judgment what suggestions you post here and what you email me privately! On a sliding scale of public embarrassment... Thanks!
You are having this problem with your employer, and wine that is only two decades old. DRT and I have had this pleasure with lots of ports over slightly more than two centuries. What joy.Cynthia J wrote:words cannot express what a delightful time I have had reconciling two or three different internal lists of vintages versus IVDP records versus rogue tasting notes from critics who must have been tapping someone's private stock versus publicly available wines, etc.... !!!
My invitation was lost in the post. Consider that another criticism.Cynthia J wrote:One further off-piste comment - I am in a position (e.g. smiling slightly off the chair) to assure you that the Quinta do Vesuvio 1994 is drinking magnificently if you like 'em young. Wow. Though it was a bit disconcerting to be drinking it seated at a rather elegant table IN the lagar... !! Further explanation will be part of a blog story next week. Beijinhos.
Gosh, that was quick. I wish we had web-designers that quick in the UK. Looks sorted to me, now. Thanks!Cynthia J wrote:Hello again Jacob - When you get a chance, please take another look - we believe this is fixed now. Let us know how you get on. Not sure if you might have to clear a cache, depending on your browser settings. Thanks very much! Cynthia
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