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1983 Barros - Colheita Port Port Blend - Portugal - Douro - Red

Portugal - Douro

Red Port Blend
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VF: 2008-2028

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Source Vinfolio

Lithe and liquid in the nose with airy, yet distinct, fig and dark raisiny notes haunted by a sweet earth character. Flows over the palate with a dark aspect pf licorice and fig brightened by a delightful apricot and golden raisin aspect. Thorough, medium-bodied and lengthy finish that is a collection of cantucinni, toffee and quince paste. Still young and able-bodied and ready to go a few more decades.

Author BryanH
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Tasted On 11/21/2009
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Author Neal
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.96%
Tasted On 11/25/2008

young, in that it needed to be open a few days to reduce the heat. Quite nice on day 3

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