When recent, Vintage Port is intense, with an impressive deep purple colour and reveals strong aromas of berries (especially, raspberries and blackberries), with firm tannins and a balanced structure. By ageing, it becomes smoother, but more elegant and complex, acquiring softer colours, distinctive aromas and body.
Store and Serve Advices:
As Vintage Port Wines throw deposit, before decantation the bottle should be kept upright for some hours.
It is perfect served with strong cheese.
Reviews and Awards:
. 17,5 points in Revista de Vinhos;
. 89 points in CellarTracker;
. 84 points in Robert Parker;
. 16 points in Decanter Magazine.
91 pts Wine Spectator - Light brown color with an orange glow. In the palate figs, apricots, almonds and hazelnuts.
91 pts Robert Parker - When recent, Vintage Port is intense, with an impressive deep purple colour and reveals strong aromas of berries (especially,...
98 pts Wine Spectator - This Vintage Port displays many of the typical Graham aromas of ripe plum and esteva (gum cistus) and is pleasantly smooth on the...
90 pts Robert Parker - Superb colour, full body and very fine aroma and flavour. As the wine ages it softens and slowly sheds its deep dark colour, gaining...