1922 Warre

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1922 Warre vintage port

Post by AHB » 22:31 Sun 10 Mar 2013

W22: red-pink, 30% opaque. Nose had spice and raspberry, and there might have been smoke in addition to that coming from the fireplace. To taste big soft red fruit. Heat mid-palate. Great length. Very fine mid-weight Vintage Port - JDAW, Jan 2013

Mature orange / red; slightly cloudy, 30% opaque. Hugely dusty nose with lots of green tea and herbaceous scents. Sweet entry, rich and unctuous. Full of fruit - simply a fabulous palate. Sweet dates, lots of fruit and delicious floral tones. Huge, fruit driven aftertaste and thena long fruit and milk chocolate finish. A stunning port. 97/100
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