1977 Niepoort

Tasting notes for individual Ports, with an index sorted by vintage and alphabetically.
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Niepoort 1977 label

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Niepoort 1977 badge

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The Niepoort 1977’s little metal badge:
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Niepoort 1977 neck label

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The Niepoort 1977 neck label:
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Niepoort 1977 IVDP label

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Decanted 14:30.

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Decanted 14:30.

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1977 Niepoort

Post by jdaw1 » 16:11 Sun 30 Mar 2008

1977 Niepoort: the palest, really quite brown and translucent. The nose best described by Anthony Heading as “syrupy†, then as “rum and raison ice cream†. Very light in the mouth, with a little heat in the back of the mouth, though with some oil. The ‘oldest’ of these ports, by a long margin. Score 4-2.

JL: “it is a little light†, “the length on it is not where I like it to be†, “lacks length†, “cleaner than the Cachão†, “higher-toned fruit than the Cachão†.

Jay remarked on the badge that is “a darling attachment†.

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