Wine and Port

1965 Wine and Port

1965 Wine Vintage Report

1965 Italian :

Whilst Bordeaux suffered from poor weather, Piedmont and Tuscany produced an abundant crop of long-lived 1965 wines that still make good drinking today.

1965 Bordeaux :

1965 Bordeaux Wines are generally considered to have produced a poor vintage due to wet weather. It is unlikely that anything other than the first growths will have sttod the test of time.

1965 Vintage Port :

1965 Vintage Ports were shaped by a hot dry summer, with a little welcome sporadic rain. In general they are rich and powerful port-wines with burnt coffee bean tawny characteristics typical of a hot vintage. The vintage was not declared by the major port houses who were looking ahead to the glorious 66 vintage. There are very few single quintas port around, however there are some outstanding colheita port available.

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1965 Barolo

Barolo lies just south-west of Alba in Italy's north-western Piedmont region. It is considered one of the finest and longest-lived wines, often referred to as 'the king of wines and the wine of kings'.
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1965 Reciotto

"Recioto," as in "Recioto della Valpolicella," refers to a dessert wine made from grapes that were dried on mats after picking. This process turns the grapes closer to raisins, concentrating the flavors.
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1965 Torricella

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1965 Chateau Lafite Rothschild

An extremely rare 1965 First Growth wine from what was a variable vintage.The selection policy adopted by the top vineyards in this should mean that this wine, although very mature, should still remain drinkable.
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