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Cr60. Glorious red, 45% opaque. Very soft but still full-bodied. Wonderful. Big red-cherries Port, with some heat mid-palate.
… behind the Ni77.In [url=http://www.theportforum.com/viewtopic.php?p=101792#p101792]the review thread[/url] jdaw1 wrote:One of the first Ports that I tasted was the Cr60, it was one of the best Ports I’ve had this year. Which is why it won my second place.
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Red in colour with orange rim. Light seville oranges on nose and in the mouth; flavour fully mature and very smooth, full and long. Lovely port.
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Mid-red colour, brick red in tone; 60% opaque. Slightly spirity with a toffee and rose petal nose. Lovely caramel and biscuit entry but a wave of fierce spirit on the mid-palate that takes a long time to mellow to a modest mouthful of pepper. Spicy and fiery aftertaste leaving a warm glow around the lingering red licorice finish. This is a perfect fireside port. 87/100. Decanted 14 hours
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