- Fonseca 1963
- Posts: 12166
- Joined: 13:41 Mon 25 Jun 2007
- Location: Berkshire, UK
Dark and inky colour. A satisfying nose of damson jam. Dry in style on the palate, full of fruit before the violet-scented tannins crash in a wave over the palate to reveal the big tannic load in the wine. The fruit is pure, refined and present in generous helpings. The finish is very impressive, big and vibrant with lots of black licorice and green leaf tones. A very fine port. 93-95.
Tasted 12 September 2018
- Warre’s Otima 10 year old Tawny
- Posts: 585
- Joined: 17:40 Sun 20 Sep 2015
- Location: Croydon
D16 Deep Ruby Red, Quite dry and austere. Some sweetness, but very tight, with more tannin showing than some. It felt different in style to most on the night. Very nice.
- Dow 1980
- Posts: 2942
- Joined: 20:02 Thu 13 Feb 2014
- Location: London
90% opacity, Very dark red. Cherries on the nose. Smooth, dry entry. High level of soft tannins. Sweet fruit - cherries.