1967 Sandeman

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Cockburn 1900
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Re: 1967 Sandeman

Post by jdaw1 » 19:55 Sat 10 Jun 2017

S67. Pink-red, 30% opaque. Faint nose. palate of artificial sweeetner. Heat, almost strawberry — a candy fake strawberry? — light at end, but still long.

Fonseca Bin 27
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Re: 1967 Sandeman

Post by Caparica » 00:46 Tue 13 Jun 2017

Eye: ruby red, clear
Nose: modarate aroma intensity, no alcohol, Bit "fart" as a defect
Mouth: medium light body, no tannins, short finish with bitter aftertaste
Score: 87+

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Quinta do Vesuvio 1994
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Re: 1967 Sandeman

Post by flash_uk » 10:42 Tue 13 Jun 2017

40% opacity, red, amber rim. Lovely smooth entry, great balance and structure - silky. Chewy port. Dryness in the finish. Dried fruit flavours - cherries, cranberries. Liked this.

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Fonseca 1963
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Re: 1967 Sandeman

Post by AHB » 18:57 Sun 29 Oct 2017

Deep bronzed red. Delicious nose of rhubarb and cranberry. Wonderful and smooth on entry, bringing delicious slightly jellied fruit flavours. The fruit grows dramatically on the palate, joyous and lively with the ghosts of tannins past still drifting around in the mouth. Great balance. The aftertaste is huge and aromatic and slightly peppery and leads straight into a great finish of pepper and cranberry. This is a very fine bottle of port. 92/100. Decanted 6 hours.
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