1977 Taylor Fladgate Vintage
|Review:||This house must certainly be the Latour of Portugal. Their ports are remarkably backward yet still impressive when young. Of all the vintage ports, those of Taylor need the longest time to mature and even when fully mature seem to have an inner strength and firmness that keep them going for decades. Their tawnys are also among the very best, though somewhat expensive. The 1977 has consistently been at the top of my list of vintage ports in this great vintage, although the Dow, Graham, and Fonseca are equally splendid. It is a mammoth, opaque, statuesque vintage port of remarkable depth and power, but is should not be touched before 2000.|
|Poster:||Roy Pereira on Feb 11, 2007|
|Review:||There is an explosion of fruit and tannins in the mouth but at the same time this wine is in total harmony. Deep dark ruby, with blackberries and violets on the nose, full-bodied, with masses of blackberry flavors, full, hard tannins and a very long finish. Will age for decades.|
|Poster:||Roy Pereira on Aug 25, 2001|
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|Notes:||I have eight bottles of port as described that I wish to sell. I also have the original wooden case. The port has been stored in a cupboard since buying it and only moved once since then. I understand that it is an excellent Port and would be great for tasting now.. so eager to sell now whilst its at its best.|
Please can anyone give me any advise about where/how to sell it?
|Poster:||keri eagle on May 24, 2007|
Taylors Vintage Port 1977 - 8 bottles Where do I sell?