1975 Warre

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jdaw1
Cockburn 1851
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1975 Warre

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Tuesday 15th December 2015, at the Boot & Flogger, a horizontal of 1975s.

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Alex Bridgeman
Fonseca 1966
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Re: 1975 Warre

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Decanter priming sample. Little on the nose or palate, decent finish. Not rated.
Top Ports in 2023: Taylor 1896 Colheita, b. 2021. A perfect Port.

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Doggett
Morgan 1991
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Re: 1975 Warre

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W75 A very soft and smooth medium colour, fruity port that was very tasty and with a nice finish. (Tom indicated it was from a second bottling that doesn't seem to have the alcohol or heat known for Warre's. I enjoyed another bottle on Christmas day that did have the heat and fire expected that was possibly even nicer- TN to follow).
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Graham’s 1977
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Re: 1975 Warre

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20% opacity orange brown. Smooth, syrupy, long long aftertaste - Seville oranges (like the Delaforce).
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Re: 1975 Warre

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W75. Red-red-pink. Smoke on nose. Palate mid weight; smoke; but with something acrid.
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