Mid red with some bricking on the rim. Quite light in the centre (60% opacity). Some gentle sweet redcurrant on the nose, also showing a bit of heat. Slightly lighter bodied than some of the older wines at this tasting, full of fruit, but fairly straight-forward. Very enjoyable on the palate, but little depth or complexity. The tannins are almost fully integrated. The immediate aftertaste is a little hollow, but the finish is long and lingering, and full of Turkish Delight and dark chocolate. A lovely port, dinking at its peak and one to consume over the next 10-20 years. 86/100. Drunk 7 September 2010.