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Tasted blind, didn't make any notes, so no proper TN, just impressions. Nice port, that reminded me somewhat of Croft in style, although the Croft 1994 has a better punch. Medium bodied, mainly dark flavours, angular and a tannin structure that is just starting to integrate into the flavours. Give it 5 more years at least, but don't let it age for a real long term. I guessed 1994 correctly, but got the house wrong (guessed Croft, by lack of a better guess) and LadyR got Smith Woodhouse, but thought it was 1997. We both agreed it was about 89 / 90 points.
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