Matured in oak for an avereage of three years, this is a port blend made up of young wines. Rich in style and full bodied it is a Port made for early consumption and goes very well with cheese, it can also be enjoyed on its own at the end of a meal.
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.
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.
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.
Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage possesses attractive liquorice and floral aromas and fresh, ripe blackberry fruit flavours.
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.
On the nose it shows an excellent bouquet with a characteristic nutty character and delicious mature fruit with hints of orange peel, all exquisitely mellowed by careful ageing. Rich, softly sweet and smooth on the palate. Perfectly balanced, with a long and elegant finish.
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“Wow. The nose is incredibly intense, a ravishing pot-pourri of scents: black cherries, raspberry, cassis and vanilla pod all with amazing delineation. I will have to employ my off used phrase -controlled opulence-. The palate is full-bodied with layers of pure black fruits with beautifully defined tannins, vibrant acidity, immense power but the same level of control. Pure blueberry, liquorices and crushed violets towards the finish with a citrus undertow…it will surely rank alongside the likes of the '35 and the '48 in years to come. An immense achievement.” RobertParker.com (May 2008)