1975 Graham

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DRT
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1975 Graham's Vintage Port

Post by DRT » 00:25 Sat 16 Feb 2008

Pop 'n' Pour on 15th Feb - initial note written from memory

Light colour with tons of thick flaky sediment. A floral nose, not the usual Graham's plummy stuff. Nice thick mouthfeel and very smooth. Less heat than I remember from previous bottles from this batch.

I can drink this stuff and enjoy it but it is not my idea of what Graham's is about. That said, I think the batch I have have had a farly traumatic history so may well be damaged goods.

I still have half of this left at home so hopefully I will remember to post a +48 Hrs note tomorrow evening.

Derek
"The first duty of Port is to be red"

Ernest H. Cockburn

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