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2000 Warre's Vintage Port
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91(+?) Points | International Wine Cellar , January/February 2003

($65) Full medium ruby. Complex, perfumed nose combines crystallized blackberry and cassis, licorice, violet, spice cake, bitter chocolate and mint. Thick, dense and powerful, with slightly grapey, medicinal flavors of black fruits, violet, licorice, dark chocolate and spices. This shows terrific intensity, purity of flavor and length on the palate, with solid but fine tannins. Ultimately quite seamless and silky, even though still young. (Vineyard Brands, Birmingham, AL)

91 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Get your port glasses out for this
03/06/2009
by DuPont12129548
I actually did not have any Reidel port glasses so I quickly purchased them and finally after a night of shoveling out the driveway, opened my first bottle. What a beautiful end to a day. Extremely sweet but a deep dark cherry flavor that stays to the bottom of the glass. Buy it.
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03/06/2003
by Bill Gray
DEEP BLACK PURPLE COLOR. INTENSE BLACK RASPBERRY, BLACKBERRY, CHOCOLATE, ALMOST MEDICINAL NOSE. SHOWING ANISE, BLACK RASPBERRY, BLACKBERRY AND SPICE ON THE PALATE. INTENSE, BEAUTIFULLY SEAMLESS, BUT WHAT BRINGS THE WINE CLOSE TO PERFECTION IS THE PERFECT BALANCE OF OAK, FRUITS, ACID, AND TANNINS. A VELVETY BEAUTY THAT WILL IMPROVE FOR TWENTY TOO TWENTY FIVE YEARS.
nice port
10/25/2012
by Tibbits12568739
very nice port to finish a meal. alittle hot at first but calms down. was an excellent value

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