2010 Quinta do Vesuvio

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jdaw1
Taylor 1900
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2010 Quinta do Vesuvio

Post by jdaw1 » 22:34 Thu 25 Feb 2016

Johnny Symington and other suspects gathered at the B&F for a complete vertical of Quinta do Vesuvio.

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Doggett
Graham’s The Tawny
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Re: 2010 Vesuvio

Post by Doggett » 17:46 Thu 10 Mar 2016

V10 100% opacity. Too young and too sweet to be objective, possibly a bit closing down a bit.
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Fonseca 1970
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Re: 2010 Vesuvio

Post by AHB » 13:07 Fri 01 Apr 2016

Bottle 2439. Deep red in colour with a crimson rim. Unintegrated alcohol shows on the blueberry nose, causing a lack of balance. Blueberries on the entry accompanied by massive, mouth puckering tannins. Chewy and fruity aftertaste leads to a lovey perfumed finish. This is a monster of a wine but needs a lot of time to gain its balance. (88 points for current drinking - difficult to tell where this will end up in 25 years.) 88/100.
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