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More golden in colour than the 1964 Krohn White alongside. Fresher but more restrained on the nose. Soft on the palate with apricots and white plums that combine to give a nice texture and lovely soft flavours. The finish is delicious with good power and weight and a great length. Much sweeter than the '64. Served as a comparison to the '64 on the recommendation of Beatriz Machado, Wine Director of the Yeatman. 89/100. 26-Sep-14. Pop 'n' pour.