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See details of the wines declared or bottled from the year 1911:

1911 Vintage

A handful of shippers declared, and Ernest Cockburn noted there were some fine examples "of all that is best in Vintage Port."

Viticultural and Weather Conditions

Heavy rains in November and December 1910 were beneficial, and followed by heavy frosts in January.  Vines were late but doing well in April.

Vintage began 27 September in exceedingly hot weather.

Winemaker's Overview

Though rather too soon for the provas, tasted all the 1911s and found them, for the most part, already bright.  The impression remains that all the first quality wines have good colour and are already showing the body and flavour promised by the musts.
Amyas Warres
13-17 November 1911

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