DifferentDave popped a 1970 Dows and a 1970 Warres.
Both decanted for 4-5 hours before tasting.
The Dows was slightly greenish, with hints of that condensed milk. This was surprising to me since my bottles of Dow have been much lighter.
The warres are mature and excellent, I acutally had called this btl the dow 1970. Lovely delicate mouthfeel that lingers with just that touch of berry sweetness. The main taste offers red berries cooked with all spice and cinnamon but in a lovely medium light bodied liqour. The finish is a lovely minute long sweet root beer note. Pretty close to a perfect port.