Thursday 2nd November - 1970

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CPR 1
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Thursday 2nd November - 1970

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Given the time of year and that the B&F is often really busy they have asked us to book in any tastings that we want before Christmas. With this in mind and large gap between the GC tasting (10th Oct) and the BBR port walk (23rd Nov) I have enquired and booked the red room for the 2nd November.

Boot and Flogger - Red room 18:30

Suggested theme - a bottle of 1970VP sighted, no duplicates, No Hutcheson!

1) CPR - F70
2) DRL - W70
3) JDAW - D70
4) IDJ - CK70
5) BMHR - N70
6) TC - G70
7) SCD - S70
8) AJH - T 70
9) MPM Hopefully!
10)
11)
12)

Would like to but can't
1) PW
2) THRA
3) AHB
4) DRT


Current draft of the placemats:
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Alex Bridgeman
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I may be able to make it. Put me down as a provisional bringing Grahams.
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2023: Fonseca 1966. There are not many better Ports, except a good bottle of Fonseca 1927. Wow!
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This works for me. I could bring Warre.
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Dow please.
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I'm in and more than happy to donate a Hutcheson to the proceedings :D
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idj123 wrote: 21:31 Wed 27 Sep 2017 I'm in and more than happy to donate a Hutcheson to the proceedings :D
Sorry this is off theme
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CPR 1 wrote: 21:36 Wed 27 Sep 2017
idj123 wrote: 21:31 Wed 27 Sep 2017 I'm in and more than happy to donate a Hutcheson to the proceedings :D
Sorry this is off theme
Spoilsport-would a Cockburn be a better choice?
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Can I provisionally join you with a Noval ( need to confirm it is in the cellar!). Now to organise childcare!


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I'll have to pass on this one I think. Work event. Unless I can manage to get away from the event and over to the B&F by 8 perhaps.
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If you fly over to Germany, I will open 4 bottles of Niepoort 1970 the next day....
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Unfortunately can't make the date. Damn good theme, damnit!
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Yes please - Taylor's
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Could you please pencil me in with a Sandeman 70 contribution please.
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Rather surprisingly I seem to be in London on a Thursday evening when a gaggle of 1970s are to be consumed.

Please put me down for Croft.
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forest26 wrote: 16:58 Sun 01 Oct 2017 Yes please - Taylor's
Doggett wrote: 19:28 Sun 01 Oct 2017 Could you please pencil me in with a Sandeman 70 contribution please.
DRT wrote: 23:38 Mon 02 Oct 2017 Rather surprisingly I seem to be in London on a Thursday evening when a gaggle of 1970s are to be consumed.

Please put me down for Croft.
First post updated and booking moved to the red room so we have enough room :)
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Regret this is a little too close to Bonfire Night for me..

..but have 30 different '70s in the cellar, so let me know if any adoption is needed
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uncle tom wrote: 21:46 Tue 03 Oct 2017 Regret this is a little too close to Bonfire Night for me..

..but have 30 different '70s in the cellar, so let me know if any adoption is needed
Quick, someone adopt the Niepoort!
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Quick, someone adopt the Niepoort!
Sadly 'the' is the operative word - I only have one bottle of Ni70, and want to be around when it's opened..
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Right - mountains moved, I can now attend. Yippee!

I can bring either Calem or Gould Campbell. Which is preferred?
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flash_uk wrote: 17:09 Thu 05 Oct 2017 Right - mountains moved, I can now attend. Yippee!

I can bring either Calem or Gould Campbell. Which is preferred?
Calem please. I've only had that once before and that was nearly 9 years ago.
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2023: Fonseca 1966. There are not many better Ports, except a good bottle of Fonseca 1927. Wow!
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Draft of the placemats added to first post.
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CPR 1 wrote: 11:51 Wed 27 Sep 2017provisionally booked the green room for the 2nd November. Does this date work?

Boot and Flogger - Red room 18:30
Colour inconsistency, sir?
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jdaw1 wrote: 20:44 Sat 07 Oct 2017
CPR 1 wrote: 11:51 Wed 27 Sep 2017provisionally booked the green room for the 2nd November. Does this date work?

Boot and Flogger - Red room 18:30
Colour inconsistency, sir?
Sorted and first post updated to clarify - We were in the green room initially, but have now moved to the red room given the numbers
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Re: Thursday 2nd November - 1970

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Unfortunately I can no longer make this evening which, given the theme, I am gutted about. Better move me to the "Would like to, but can't" list.

Sorry folks, the Graham 1970 is now needed to console me in my sadness at missing what will be a collection of no doubt fabulous, vintage ports.
Top Ports in 2022: Quinta do Noval Nacional 1931. I have never drunk such a wonderful bottle of Port. I cried with joy.

2023: Fonseca 1966. There are not many better Ports, except a good bottle of Fonseca 1927. Wow!
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Re: Thursday 2nd November - 1970

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In that case can I bring G70 instead of T70. I have a lot of the former and very few of the latter.
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