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1991 Morgan

Posted: 22:27 Thu 23 Mar 2017
by jdaw1
Charles declared an emergency, and we followed. At the Boot & Flogger, on Wednesday 22nd March 2017.

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Re: 1991 Morgan

Posted: 23:05 Thu 23 Mar 2017
by jdaw1
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Re: 1991 Morgan

Posted: 23:06 Thu 23 Mar 2017
by jdaw1
Mg1991, with Yeatman label. Nose of Prunes. Palate rich and sweet. Dark dark prunes. Sweet and rich and too young. This Morgan showed very well.

Re: 1991 Morgan

Posted: 22:26 Sun 16 Apr 2017
by AHB
Labelled as "Yeatman 1991 Vintage Port", purchased from the Yeatman Hotel in June 2016. When opened, this was identified from the branded cork as Morgan 1991 vintage port.

Dark red colour, rich and warm; 90% opaque. Nosing of stewed venison and bruised plums. On the palate this is deep and rich with plenty of plum fruit backed by some austere, dry tannins that taste of burnt wood. The tannins hold for a while and then fade back a little to allow the bruised plum fruit to step forward. The aftertaste shows the acidity and a peppercorn spiciness leading the plum and purple fruit finish. Fine port that is drinking nicely today and is in no rush to be consumed.

When tasted on the evening of 22nd March, this was scored at 90 points although a full tasting note was not taken at the time. 89/100.