1933 Unknown

Tasting notes for individual Ports, with an index sorted by vintage and alphabetically.
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flash_uk
Graham’s 1977
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1933 Unknown

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30% opacity, amber, nicely clear. Toffee nose, later popcorn on the nose. Sweet entry, a little heat on the finish with some pepper. Hints of oranges. The oranges might have suggested Croft as the shipper, but it seems there was no Croft in 1933.
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?33 = “TC (1933)”, one of six bought by Tony (perhaps with Alex) at auction. Tawnified old port. Mid-weight, mid-sweetness, heat early. Good, lovely even, but not great. Holding well, but drink up. Later the palate showed mint.
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flash_uk wrote:30% opacity, amber, nicely clear. Toffee nose, later popcorn on the nose. Sweet entry, a little heat on the finish with some pepper. Hints of oranges. The oranges might have suggested Croft as the shipper, but it seems there was no Croft in 1933.
Was there any indication on the cork as to what is was?


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