This limited edition 1970 port is an ideal Christmas gift. NEW YORK, 14. December 2020. – Fifty years is an undisputed milestone, and a special bottle is the most important way to celebrate. With the new Taylor Fladgate 1970 Single Harvest Vintage Port Limited Edition ($300 SRP; 200 cases available) coming out this month, connoisseurs can make a truly memorable gift that places time in a fascinating context.

Taylor Fledgate has one of the largest reserves of any manufacturer’s very old marina, which contains a collection of rare solitary harvest ports. These are one year old Ports at full maturity in aged oak barrels. Taylor Fladgate decided to produce a limited edition of the single annual harvest of 50 years ago; the single harvest of 1970 is the seventh in the series.

According to Technical Director and Head Winemaker David Himarans, the grapes were in excellent condition and completely harmless to health at the beginning of the harvest. There were sunny days and cold nights, which resulted in very deep muscle discoloration that required a lot of work in the foot pits. In general, a lot of port was produced and wines of excellent quality.


(20% ABV, 750 ml, $300 SRP)

Taylor Fladgate 1970 Single Harvest has a light mahogany core surrounded by a wide pale golden border with subtle olive highlights. At first, the wine rises and rises above the ground, but soon it begins to unfold layer after layer in a multidimensional aroma. The first notes are wood and cigar leaf notes over a background of cedar, balm and citrus. This is followed by a warmer, softer eloquence of marzipan, nuts and coffee, notes of sultan and plum and spicy notes of black pepper and cardamom. Finally, the nose reveals a discreet spicy dimension with notes of toast and wild herbs. In the air, the wine has a smooth and velvety texture, with hints of coffee and caramel, with hints of nuts and candied orange peel. A surprising freshness, ranging from the lively acidity that permeates the taste to an exceptionally long finish. A surprisingly elegant, finely worked and beautifully ripe port wine that has a rich taste with every sip.

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