Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

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Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by jdaw1 » 23:01 Mon 12 Feb 2018

To mark the occasion of Mr Wolfgang Starz having become British, some of his new compatriots gathered at The Boot & Flogger to drink Port Fit for a New Subject of Her Majesty.

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Post by jdaw1 » 23:12 Fri 16 Feb 2018

Many would have been worthy winners, but rightly the ’66s, wrongly led by Fonseca, had it. We did Mr Wolfgang Starz proud.

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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by WS1 » 11:05 Sun 18 Feb 2018

Thank you all for the great evening! Having now become a British citizen I am looking forward to many more tastings. Also our experiment with the extra ordering of the Steaks paid off. I think we should do this again. Despite the Steaks were always good at the B&F this was a step up worth paying for in my humble opinion.
To complement the view that we had only excellent ports that evening I feel the most of the 70s ports would have benefited from earlier opening and decanting. This would have helped them showing more "fragrance" and complexity. However I admit in such condition 63s and 66s are difficult to match in taste profile.

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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by Andy Velebil » 14:50 Sun 18 Feb 2018

Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?

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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by DaveRL » 16:12 Sun 18 Feb 2018

A very good evening indeed. Thank you. Fine steaks and an excellent line up that lived up to its promise. I agree that the 70s could have been decanted earlier as they got better as the night wore on. F66 head and shoulders above the rest for me, fantastic bottle. I also liked the Warre 70 but nobody else wanted to mention it.

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Andy Velebil wrote:Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
I have no idea. If no one else knows I guess we'll have to look now :)

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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by Andy Velebil » 20:18 Sun 18 Feb 2018

DaveRL wrote:
Andy Velebil wrote:Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
I have no idea. If no one else knows I guess we'll have to look now :)
Hah. I figured it was someone famous. Guess not.


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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by AHB » 21:15 Wed 21 Feb 2018

Andy Velebil wrote:
14:50 Sun 18 Feb 2018
Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
That's Wolfgang wearing the outfit he had to put on for the final ceremony where he swore allegiance to the Queen, the whole Queen and nothing but the Queen.
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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

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AHB wrote:
Andy Velebil wrote:
14:50 Sun 18 Feb 2018
Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
That's Wolfgang wearing the outfit he had to put on for the final ceremony where he swore allegiance to the Queen, the whole Queen and nothing but the Queen.



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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by DRT » 01:53 Fri 23 Feb 2018

AHB wrote:
21:15 Wed 21 Feb 2018
Andy Velebil wrote:
14:50 Sun 18 Feb 2018
Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
That's Wolfgang wearing the outfit he had to put on for the final ceremony where he swore allegiance to the Queen, the whole Queen and nothing but the Queen.
Isn't it Donald Trump's mother in the village hall on the Isle of Lewis on the day she boarded the Mayflower?
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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by Andy Velebil » 16:51 Fri 23 Feb 2018

DRT wrote:
01:53 Fri 23 Feb 2018
AHB wrote:
21:15 Wed 21 Feb 2018
Andy Velebil wrote:
14:50 Sun 18 Feb 2018
Probably a stupid question, but being as I'm from this side of the pond and I don't know I'll ask. Who's in the picture above the fireplace?
That's Wolfgang wearing the outfit he had to put on for the final ceremony where he swore allegiance to the Queen, the whole Queen and nothing but the Queen.
Isn't it Donald Trump's mother in the village hall on the Isle of Lewis on the day she boarded the Mayflower?
Fake News :lol: :lol:

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Re: Thu 15 Feb 2018, at the B&F: Mr. Wolfgang Starz

Post by WS1 » 12:44 Wed 28 Mar 2018

BTW my British passport arrived yesterday...

So the mission is now complete!

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