1982 Graham Single Tawny

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jdaw1
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1982 Graham Single Tawny

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RAYC
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Re: 1982 Graham colheita

Post by RAYC » 00:11 Tue 19 May 2015

From the looks of it, I was drinking this same wine in Tortola BVI at just about the same time as you guys. It has done very nicely for having 18-24 months in bottle I think - seems to me to have filled out and gained character from its initial slightly insipid showing in December 2013.
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Re: 1982 Graham Single Tawny

Post by djewesbury » 15:36 Sat 15 Aug 2015

RAYC wrote:From the looks of it, I was drinking this same wine in Tortola BVI at just about the same time as you guys. It has done very nicely for having 18-24 months in bottle I think - seems to me to have filled out and gained character from its initial slightly insipid showing in December 2013.
I agree, though I still found it light. A deep orange, somewhat quiet on the nose. The entry was a little harsh and bitter, and somewhat tangy. Spice on the tongue, oranges, then a finish comes rising with ozone that comes from the palate into the nose. (Not sure what I meant by that last bit; but in the interests of completeness, I offer it here.)
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