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Kopke Colheita Vintage Port 1998

The Experience

Drink When...
Watching Football
Listen To...
Chumbawamba - I Get Knocked Down/ Tubthumping
Think About...
Better Luck Next Year
Drink With...
Stinking Bishop

The Oddbins Take

1998 was the year German goalkeeper Andreas Kopke retired from international football after an unceremonious World Cup exit, as a result of Quarter Final defeat to Croatia. He was the guy who saved Gareth Southgate's penalty, knocking England out of the Euros in 1996. Thankfully for Gareth Southgate, the name and date on this bottle have absolutely nothing to do with the German National Football Team. The wine is robust, intense, well-balanced and perfectly mature; the exact opposite of an Englishmen about to take a penalty, maybe if Gareth indulges in some Kopke this Christmas, English football might be rejuvenated.

Country
Portugal
Region
Douro
Classification
DO
Vintage
1998
Bottle Size
75cl
Residual Sugar
94.5 g/l
20.0%
£45.00

£45.00

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Kopke Colheita 1998

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