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2000 Cockburn Vintage Port
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92 Points | International Wine Cellar , January/February 2003

($65) Saturated black-ruby. Superripe but vibrant aromas of crystallized black fruits, tar and mossy earth. Thick, dense, seamless and very young, with complex notes of espresso, bitter chocolate and earth. A rather powerful wine with chewy extract. Slightly exotic but firm-edged on the long, slow-mounting finish, which features compelling sweetness and late notes of mocha and pipe tobacco.

95 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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A FINE COCKBURN
03/06/2003
by Bill Gray
BLACK RUBY COLOR. RIPE MASHED BLACK CURRANTS WITH A TOUCH OF MINT AND WET EARTH ON THE NOSE. LUSH AND VELVETY ON THE PALATE SHOWING RIPE BLACKBERRY, FRESH GROUND COFFEE, DARK CHOCOLATE AND WET EARTH. BEAUTIFULLY BALANCED AND INTENSE, THIS IS A VERY FINE COCKBURN.

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