1970s, Thu 02 Nov 2017, Boot & Flogger

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I do not have a photograph of the voting sheet. Please could somebody who does post a photograph, or send a photograph to me for that purpose.
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Given what a fabulous vintage 1970 is, I have to say that it's a very poor show that no-one has posted any tasting notes - however brief. Surely in years to come when web-archaeologists dig through our pages we want them to find what we thought of these fabulous wines on this particular evening?
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AHB wrote: 10:11 Fri 05 Jan 2018it's a very poor show that no-one has posted any tasting notes - however brief.
The reprimand is fair, and I have made a small atonement (Ck, D, G, W, N, S, O, F, T).

There was a bottle “†”, and I failed to note the shipper. Please, does anybody recall? Note for later copy-pasting:
70, decanted 06:30. Dark dark red. Palate extremely hot; not a proper showing.
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† was a Martinez 70 from CPR - English bottled, and very good too if I recall
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Hmmm. I thought I had my notes from this and was planning to add them over Christmas but couldn't find them. Will keep hunting.
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