A well-made Fino sherry with all the typical hallmarks of the style. Light crunchy green apples on the palate with a slight nutty finish. A great aperitif or fantastic served with salty snacks.
Wonderfully fresh with a sea salt tang. The palate has green tart apple notes and a slight nutty character. Well defined acidity makes this one of the freshest sherries available.
Graham’s Tawny Port is a more lightly textured and drier wine than the Ruby. It offers a fine balance of fruitiness and nuttiness derived from maturation in seasoned oak casks. A very versatile style of Port, suitable for drinking on any occasion.
Graham’s Ruby Port is full-bodied with youthful freshness and attractive luscious fruit. Intensely aromatic, this Port is bottled young so as to retain the fruit, a recognizable Graham hallmark.
Ruby is an everyday Port, suitable for enjoying anytime.
Graham's Fine White Port is made in the same way as the reds except that white grape varieties are used exclusively.
It is a fresh, delicate wine and especially pleasant when chilled.
This sherry is a voluptuous treat! Aromas of dried fruits such as figs and raisins intermingle with honey. The palate is decadent and smooth with a nutty after taste and a long, long finish.
This is bone dry in style and has strong nutty characteristics. Good balanced acidity makes this a perfect aperitif and it should be enjoyed slightly chilled.
full-bodied, with rich opulent black fruit on the palate and fragrant brambly aromas.
Graham's describe this port as the ‘everyday Port for the Vintage Port drinker.’ Six Grapes is bottled relatively young (between 3 and 4 years) in order to retain the freshness and vigour comparable to a young Vintage Port.
A well-crafted Oloroso off dry in style. The nose is dark caramel with sticky figs and a nutty undertone. The palate is rich and inviting with a slightly raisin and dried date character. Wonderful length on the finish.
Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage possesses attractive liquorice and floral aromas and fresh, ripe blackberry fruit flavours.
Triana is one of the sweetest wines available, one thing we like to do is pour it over ice cream.
The nose is bombarded with raisins and dried figs, there is caramel notes and toasted nuts, it’s. The palate is sweet and rich; true opulence for those with a sweet tooth.
All the familiar notes of Manzanilla with green apples, almonds and a salty tang. However this sherry also has citrus notes and a long finish that sets it as a wine of distinct character and quality.
Awarded "Gold Best in Class" in the Worldwide Gin 40% category at the International Wines & Spirits Competition 2011.
Taken neat, Brecon gin is a big traditional juniper gin laced with coriander and revealing hints of spicy cinnamon. Add a mixer and the citrus freshness of oranges and lemons appear with nutmeg, liquorice and angelica in a supporting role. The characteristic flavours go well with tonic, ice and lemon on a warm summer’s day with a refreshing juniper in the lead role, but Brecon’s traditional heritage is equally at home besides a roaring fire on a cold night and will bring back memories of long hot summers past.
On the nose it shows complex nutty aromas combined with hints of honey and figs. On the palate, rich mature fruit flavours beautifullly intermingle with a luscious long finish.
This commemorative single malt whisky celebrates Cardiff City’s promotion to the Premier League after winning the npower Championship!
The special edition black and gold gift box consists of the final npower championship table and the lyrics from the well-known song “When The Coal Comes From The Rhondda”. It also marks Cardiff City’s first (1959 /60) season in the top flight with signatures of Manager Malky Mackay and Club Captain Mark Hudson.