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1970 Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port
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Unbelievable
05/26/2006
by McPherson12011260
I just tasted a glass of this incredibly awesome port. I am such a lucky boy. The nose was so fabulous that I could have sat and sniffed it all day. It was candy apple and caramel with hints of cotton candy. The flavors burst in the mouth like fireworks. Still plenty of oomph left in this old bird..
THIS WINE IS MADE OF A DUCK
05/05/2006
by Wine11995008
I WAS LOOKING IN THE LIQUOR STORE AND COULDN'T FIND THIS WINE. THEN I LOOKED OUTSIDE THE STORE AND SAW A DUCK LOOKING AT ME. THEN I LOOKED FOR THE WINE AND THERE IT WAS...BUT THE DUCK WAS GONE.

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