A great Vintage Port from Portugal.
Showing black fruits with cooked figs, raisins, vanilla, sweet raspberries, plums, dark chocolates, mocha, coffee, peppercorn, earth and black tea.
Nice length on the finish with sweet, round tannins.
Already drinking very nicely and will age in the bottle for the next 25 years.
A great after dinner drink. Shared it with good friends.
20% alcohol by volume.
$25. — 15 days ago
Very compact with a core of mature mixed fruits and silky texture. A delight to smell and taste. Still has many years of life. A great glass on a cool wet evening- shades of England.... notice it was English bottled- quite the norm prior to the ‘70’s. Esquin were quality importers of that era. — a month ago
A clean amber colour, with a hint of copper. A complex bouquet with rich notes of almonds and honey. The finish is soft and velvety. — 3 days ago
Opened this in early January and having the occasional night cap finished it 2 nights ago. Notes of dried fruit, spice, nuts and burnt flavours. This port fills every corner of your mouth - unctuous. Seppeltsfield have this amazing tradition of releasing a 100 year old Port every year. The 1919 will be released later this year. — 17 days ago
Extremely European, might even "dare" Bordeaux like style
Probably the most consistent of all the bordolese blend in all of Australia
Absolutely spotless and in a good spot to be cellared for 5 more years
Quite long finish — 12 days ago