1991 Graham

Tasting notes for individual Ports, with an index sorted by vintage and alphabetically.
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Cockburn 1900
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1991 Graham

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Re: 1991 Graham

Post by winesecretary » 22:12 Sun 08 Dec 2019

Opened 1900, decanted 2100. Supremely aromatic. A remarkable amount- two full dessert-spoons- of what is not so much sediment as sludge. Appears to be on good form.

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Re: 1991 Graham

Post by jdaw1 » 19:19 Mon 09 Dec 2019

G91. Glorious red, 50% opaque. Full bodied and red fruited, slightly closed, some menthol and violets. I like the weight, but it's slightly closed as if needing more time in the cellar. Liked.

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Fonseca 1966
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Re: 1991 Graham

Post by DRT » 19:27 Mon 09 Dec 2019

I bought a case of this more than a decade ago. It sounds like I drunk six of them by mistake.
"The first duty of Port is to be red"
Ernest H. Cockburn

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Re: 1991 Graham

Post by winesecretary » 16:38 Tue 10 Dec 2019

60% opaque, dark red wine. Dark fruits, juicily pleasant on the palate, with some prunes. Quite good.

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Re: 1991 Graham

Post by nac » 12:07 Wed 11 Dec 2019

Medium colour, with not much on the nose. Quite nice in the mouth - some fruit and soft tannin. OK.

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