From a 375ml bottle. A bit of Port at the end of a nice dinner with a bit of chocolate is a lovely treat. Since I didn't plan ahead, this was pop and pour and really deserved better, but so it goes. Purple in color, ruby at the rim. Even from this format, this bottle was not showing much age at 28 years from vintage. The nose has cherries, milk chocolate covered raisins and slight dried cranberry notes. On the palate, this is sweet, but not as much as expected given the producer. Lively acidity. Nice cherry fruit. Some heat on the finish (air will help this). Probably at its peak at this point but no hurry based on this bottle.It went great with a bite of chocolate.
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