1991 Morgan

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AHB
Fonseca 1963
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1991 Morgan vintage port

Post by AHB » 18:49 Mon 08 Aug 2011

Mid red colour, thinning at the rim; 60% opaque. Stewed and mature on the nose; lively and herbaceous on the nose. Medium bodied, tasting moderately mature but still with plenty of gentle tannins. Dark cherry fruit flavours dominate the late palate; these dominate the aftertaste and lead to a long, chocolate and dark cherry finish. Still delicious, but noticeable more mature than last time it was drunk. 90/100.
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1991 Morgan

Post by jdaw1 » 01:25 Tue 09 Aug 2011

Port from the Nineteen Nineties, Monday 8th August 2011, at The Steak Exchange, 2 Exchange Square, London EC2A 2EH.

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Re: 1991 Morgan

Post by AHB » 12:57 Thu 11 Aug 2011

Message removed as the separate threads have been merged.
Last edited by AHB on 15:03 Thu 11 Aug 2011, edited 1 time in total.
Top Ports in 2019 (so far): Cockburn 1947 and Quinta do Noval Nacional 2017
2018 Ports of the year: São Leonardo 1927 White Port (Bottled 2018), Quinta do Noval Nacional 1994

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Re: 1991 Morgan

Post by jdaw1 » 13:02 Thu 11 Aug 2011

AHB wrote:My tasting note was made directly onto TPF using the Steak Exchange's free WiFi connection.
My fault. Sorry. Threads merged. That TN post now appears at the top of this thread.

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