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Bottle Size: 750 ml
Rating: VN 94, WS 90
The Croft Vintage Port 1960 is one of the great successes and in conversation with sages far more experienced than I, the consensus seemed to be that Croft made the best 1960 Port. A lovely, soft nose of mulberry with a touch of sloes and a hint of chocolate, it perhaps lacks a little vigour and definition but the palate is very well balanced, rounded in texture, still a little soft but with great depth and charm. Hints of tobacco, sloes, espresso and toffee inflect the finish on this Croft that transcends the limitations of the vintage. Tasted in the Factory House in Porto for "Taylor's - The Story of a Classic Port House" book.
Neal Martin, Vinous.
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