Enjoyable evening, the Martinez '70 was great and one to keep an eye out for at the right price, and I'm siding with Jacob on the Croft '82 - I thought this was a lovely port and the second '82 provided by WS1 in recent months that has punched far above the perceived weight of the vintage (the first, here
The WOTN votes had these two out front by a country mile, with the Mz just nipping it. SW91 an honourable mention in third.
The '91s as a group are intriguing - personally I think there's a bit more pleasure to be had in the '92s but would agree with AHB's and Jacob's assesments that these are suprisingly mature now and offer some perfectly pleasant drinking. Plus, when widely available from £20 - £35, can represent great QPR (though none of the ports featured on the 91 line-up at this tasting matched the '91 de la Rosa tasted a couple of weeks earlier
On a personal note, the Graham '80 was a big disappointment. A good bottle can, in my opinion, be spectacular, and I was not in the least suprised to hear via comments below the line on a Malvedos blog article
that Charles Symington rates it above the '77 and up with the '70. If anyone knows of a "tried and trusted" source for this wine with impeccable provenance, please feel free to pm me discreetly!