Having not been totally convinced by 2018 Bordeaux (and yet to buy a single bottle) I have been reading with interest what I can from well-informed sources on 2017 Port over the last few weeks. My first 2017 sample (this lunchtime at Uncorked) was regular Quinta do Noval, and it probably benefitted from air overnight. Seriously fine and pure. There is a solid firmness underneath (which is a very good sign I think) and my only hope is that some of the 2017 Port I've just been ordering resolves beautifully in my lifetime. I've actually bought some halves for once in the hope of utility and earlier approachability. I'm curious as to what others think.