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Taylor 1970 Vintage Port Bottled 1972 75cl
A bottle of Taylor 1970 Vintage Port, bottled in 1972 by Findlater, Mackie, Todd & Co. Ltd. in London and shipped by Taylor Fladgate & Yeatman, Oporto.
'....some wonderfully sweet and complex aromas, very reminiscent of roasted meats, with a savoury-sweet, chargrilled note. This sweet, meaty, aroma stayed with the wine over the three days, with little touches of caramel. But it also showed some impressively persistent fruit, notes of gently macerated cherry and plum, with pepper and nutmeg spices. The palate doesn’t disappoint after such a promising nose; most importantly it has a balanced, harmonious composition, where every component just seems to be present to just the right degree. It starts off with a very fresh, fluid presence, deliciously gentle and detached, before building both in grip and in backbone through the midpalate. It shows some firm alcohol on the finish, but with a creamy weight, plentiful fruit complexity and some chalky tannins which suggest to me that this wine will continue to improve in the cellar. And the length? It is very pleasing. Not, surprisingly, remarkably long, fading with little ceremony, but it does linger for a little while. Overall, a super wine which should drink well for a decade at least, and perhaps much longer than that. A great bottle. 19+/20' WineDoctor.Com, 2007
Please note, there is no size or ABV stated on the label but this appears to be a 75cl bottle.
Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note general wear.
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