NV Churchill Crusted 2004

Tasting notes for individual Ports, with an index sorted by vintage and alphabetically.
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AW77
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NV Churchill Crusted 2004

Post by AW77 » 14:08 Sun 27 Oct 2013

Quite a lot of sediment, D+0h: smells of marzipan (almonds) and a little bit of liquorice, D +3h: cherry-red colour, smells strongly of tar and liquorice, very smooth in the mouth, tastes of sour cherry, tar, a little bit of liquorice and a little bit of pepper, quite dry (more dry than the LBV 2003), very long finish, a good example of a Crusted Port, 89/90 P.
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