Had this at a port tasting at the Corson Building yesterday. It was a scorching 97 degrees, and probably hotter inside. Dark purple to ruby color. On the nose, youthful but showing development, medium+ intensity, plum, black cherry, fig, licorice, spice, perfume, chocolate, some chalky earth component, and a small amount of oak. On the palate, sweet, medium+ intensity, medium tannin, medium acidity, seamless, beautifully balanced, lots of depth, monstrous finish. Everything you could ever want in a vintage port.