Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by Andy Velebil » 20:20 Fri 30 Apr 2010

Gents,

Here is the link to my article and TN's about the evening...
http://www.fortheloveofport.com/guest-c ... os-tasting

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by Axel P » 19:26 Mon 03 May 2010

Outstanding article and pics. Thanks, Andy

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by KillerB » 14:42 Fri 30 Jul 2010

Andy V has written up his TNs for the evening, so here are the links to them all:

Andy's TNs have been merged into the original threads
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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by jdaw1 » 17:09 Fri 30 Jul 2010

What was wrong with the set of links posted by DRT at the start of this thread?

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by KillerB » 20:51 Fri 30 Jul 2010

jdaw1 wrote:What was wrong with the set of links posted by DRT at the start of this thread?
I presume nothing but they did not unclude Andy's notes, this set does.

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by jdaw1 » 20:54 Fri 30 Jul 2010

My error: I failed to notice that Andy had started new threads. Sorry. Please may I merge the threads into the original set?

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by AHB » 23:36 Fri 30 Jul 2010

jdaw1 wrote:My error: I failed to notice that Andy had started new threads. Sorry. Please may I merge the threads into the original set?
I was about to suggest just the same, with Andy's permission. If we don't merge the dual sets of posts, it might appear that we have tasted twice as many of these rare bottles as we actually have.

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by Andy Velebil » 16:44 Sat 31 Jul 2010

jdaw1 wrote:My error: I failed to notice that Andy had started new threads. Sorry. Please may I merge the threads into the original set?
Sure, no problem.

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Re: Graham's Malvedos Vertical - London, 22nd Mar 2010

Post by DRT » 02:13 Thu 28 Oct 2010

I just noticed that Richard Mayson posted his review of this event on his own website, here.
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