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2003 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port (half bottle)
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93(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - January/February 2006

($91) Bright, saturated ruby. Vibrant, pure aromas of blackberry, violet and bitter chocolate. Juicy, minerally, precise and penetrating, but quite primary and unevolved today. Shows strong but integrated acidity and a tight kernel of fruit. Best today on the slow-building, rising, aristocratic finish. But today the wine's tannins are less obvious than its acids. This seems distinctly less ripe and chewy than the great 2000 Taylor's but it's still extremely unevolved. Latour-like in its structure and reserve. (Kobrand, Inc., New York, NY)

94 Points | Wine Spectator
95 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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09/12/2006
by OneEyedCarmen
Delicious now, but really looking forward to opening my second bottle in another nine years for my wedding anniversary.

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