- Cockburn 1900
- Posts: 20787
- Joined: 15:03 Thu 21 Jun 2007
- Location: London
People gathered in the Bung Hole to do the obvious. There was a chance of being joined by a newbie, to sample his TV64, but he was a no-show.
- Fonseca LBV
- Posts: 131
- Joined: 11:14 Tue 12 May 2009
Not many notes for this. Pale, tawny in colour. Tangy on the tongue like an orange with slight hints of caramel and spice. Not much sediment. A nice wine. I guessed W66.
- Fonseca 1963
- Posts: 12024
- Joined: 13:41 Mon 25 Jun 2007
- Location: Berkshire, UK
Mature colour, brick red; 50% opaque. Closed nose, just a hint of spirit and some plastic. Restrained and modest entry on the palate; sweet fruit but powerful dry tannins that give a great structure. Slightly hot on the palate. Punishingly acidic aftertaste, then a lovely long finish of dry tannins and sour fruit of tremendous length that runs through many different phases — quite remarkable. Served blind this was guessed to be Taylor 1966. 89/100. Decanted 1 hour.