1966 Gould Campbell

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flash_uk
Dow 1980
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Re: 1966 Gould Campbell

Post by flash_uk » 11:10 Wed 23 Apr 2014

255 Opacity, brown-orange. Toffee on the nose. Wonderful creamy caramel smooth entry, very very gentle heat and a long long finish with toffee aftertaste. My WOTN.

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Cockburn 1900
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Re: 1966 Gould Campbell

Post by jdaw1 » 15:41 Fri 02 May 2014

GC66. Red, 40% opaque. Nose had a hint of bread, but was mostly closed. And to taste, thick and sticky. Very long. And after food, still delicious. Excellent VP.

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Quinta do Noval Nacional 1962
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Re: 1966 Gould Campbell

Post by AHB » 21:48 Fri 23 May 2014

A lovely brick-red colour, 40% opaque. Little on the nose, really rather subdued. Thick texture, clearly with a high glycerol content that is very enjoyable. On the palate there is a lovely development of powerful and concentrated bitter orange. Big palate, really intense, an intensity which leads through to the orange dominated aftertaste. The finish is long and flavoursome, full of bitter-sweet orange and grapefruit. This is a fine mature port. 91/100. Decanted 6½ hours.
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Graham’s 1970
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Re: 1966 Gould Campbell

Post by djewesbury » 15:57 Sun 08 Jun 2014

Dark mid-brown, with a pink core. Menthol in the nose, but very light. This was disappointing, cardboard creeping in.. toothpaste at the finish, something synthetic.
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