1975 Graham

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DRT
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1975 Graham's Vintage Port

Post by DRT » 23:32 Mon 26 Nov 2007

I opened this on Saturday night as an emergency decant. I remember thinking "is this corked?" but then dismissed that thought and carried on.

Last night I revisited this bottle (+24 hrs) and remember ot being warm, thick and satisfying. A nice winter port.

Tonight I can confirm that this is absolutley, 100%, totally and completely corked :roll:

That said, it will not be poured down the sink. I have forced myself to drink corked VP before (haven't we Andy?) and I will do so agian :wink:

Derek
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Andy Velebil
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Post by Andy Velebil » 00:57 Tue 27 Nov 2007

I have forced myself to drink corked VP before (haven't we Andy?)
I admit nothing :lol:

Bummer about it being corked...I hate when that happens :evil:

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