- Fonseca 1970
- Posts: 10937
- Joined: 13:41 Mon 25 Jun 2007
- Location: Berkshire, UK
Courtesy of Andy V. Decanted for approximately 30 minutes before being drunk. Bottled 2006. Pale honey colour centre with a pale green rim. Fragrant and floral nose, slightly alcoholic, with lovely honey and lemon tones. Sweet entry with clover honey showing everywhere. Huge lemon juice acidity with quince slices floating in it. The aftertaste is strong, clear and dominating with a lovely creme brulee vanilla and caramalised sugar flavoured length. A very fine colheita. 91/100. Drunk 10/2/08.
- Morgan 1991
- Posts: 1243
- Joined: 07:45 Mon 18 Feb 2008
- Location: New York, NY
I'm so happy you posted this -- as vintage 74 myself, I picked up a Noval Col 74 in Lisbon but had only seen poor scores for it. This gives me hope; I wonder what another 17 years will do for it...
- Graham’s 1948
- Posts: 14951
- Joined: 23:51 Wed 20 Jun 2007
- Location: Chesterfield, UK
If you go to the TN Index at the top of the TN section you will find that we have 4 TN's of this particular wine
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
Ernest H. Cockburn
- Fonseca 1980
- Posts: 1962
- Joined: 08:28 Thu 21 Jun 2007
- Location: Middle Earth
A very fine colheita indeed, and a personal favorite. A pity that it's now sold out at the shop where they sold it for a ridiculously good price (about 35 euro).
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