1970 Andresen

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1970 J. H. Andresen

Post by jdaw1 » 23:34 Mon 26 Jan 2009

Part of The 1970 Horizontal (the definite article being most appropriate all hail organiser Axel P), in The RAF Club, 128 Piccadilly, London W1J 7PY, on Friday 30th January 2009.

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Re: 1970 J. H. Andresen

Post by DRT » 21:54 Sun 01 Feb 2009

Pepper on the nose. Slightly hot entry with aniseed and a decent length of finish. I voted this to be the best out of the 5 wines in the flight.
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Re: 1970 J. H. Andresen

Post by jdaw1 » 12:15 Wed 04 Feb 2009

1970 J. H. Andresen: Nosing of candy sugar and white chocolate, it gave a lot of heat in the mouth. Good length though, which I described as ‟fine port”. My first ever non-terrible Andresen, and my wine of the ♣ flight (being A, BN, dS, Dl, and GB).

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