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Taylor Fladgate 2008 LBV Port
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  Taylor Fladgate 2008 LBV Port
Item Number:39 80 154 05
Our Price:$24.95
Discounted Case Price:$269.40 - 10% off!
($22.45 per bottle)
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Taylor Fladgate 2008 LBV Port
Taylor Fladgate is considered by many to be the Chateau Latour of Port. Always firmly structured and richly endowed, this Late Bottled Vintage 2008 is a prime example of the signature house style. Wine Spectator said "A fruity style, filled with fresh-crushed raspberry and spiced cherry flavors. Milk chocolate notes linger on the ripe finish, with some marshmallow accents. Drink now through 2024."

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Taylor Fladgate 2007 LBV Port
 
4.0

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      • After dinner (3)

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      4.0

      Taylor Fladgate LBV 2007 port

      By dkeven

      from mid tn

      About Me Casual Drinker

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Smooth After Dinner

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • After Dinner
        • Entertaining
        • Special Occasions

        Comments about Taylor Fladgate 2007 LBV Port:

        not a bad choice for those not into the dryer drinks

        • Pairs Well With:
        • Chocolate
         
        4.0

        Taylor Fladgate LBV 2007

        By dkeven

        from middle Tn

        About Me Getting Started

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • After Dinner

            Comments about Taylor Fladgate 2007 LBV Port:

            as a nightly sipper to wind down from the day works great

             
            4.0

            Taylor Fladgate 2005 LBV Port

            By Any Port in a Storm

            from 21701, MD

            About Me Aspiring Enthusiast

            Pros

            • Port as you expect

            Cons

            • There is never enough

            Best Uses

            • After Dinner

            Comments about Taylor Fladgate 2007 LBV Port:

            Just excellent.
            Open it and let it breathe a bit, drink, repeat....excellent.

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              What does tannin mean? And what exactly does late bottled vintage mean and how does it differ from regular vintage ports.
              Asked on 1/13/2012 by LaDi Di from Towson, Maryland

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                Tannin is an astringent compound found in many species of plants. It is what can give a full-bodied dry red wine a slightly bitter characteristic to is. A wine rich in tannin is usually one that can be aged or cellared for a longer amount of time than one that has less tannin.

                A lated bottle vintage port is one that was originally to be a vintage port but was kept in the barrell longer then the regular vintage port for that year & eventually released as a late bottle vintage with that extra bit of bottle age.

                Answered on 1/19/2012 by John the Wine Guy from Mount Kisco
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