Grahams Fine White Port - Grahams Fine Ruby Port - Grahams LBV Port 2008 - Grahams Six Grapes Port - Grahams 10 years old Tawny Port
Grahams Fine White Port
Graham’s White Port has appealing grapey and delicate almond flavours and a gorgeous pale, golden colour.
Grahams Fine Ruby Port
Ruby colour, packed with ripe red and black fruit aromas, on the palate luscious black cherry flavours, with excellent balance and an intense finish.
Grahams LBV Port 2008
It has a deep ruby colour. ON THE NOSE, rich perfumed, packed with red and black fruits of the forest. ON THE PALATE, sweet and bursting of flavours of black berries and black currants balanced by a backbone of firm tannins. With a long and lingering velvety smooth finish.
91 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 90 points in Jamie Goode; 90 points in Stephen Tanzer; 90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine.
Grahams Six Grapes Port
Dark red colour, with a seductive rich perfume of ripe plums and cherries. On the palate, complex, with a good structure and a long lingering finish.
Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2008; Silver medal International Wine & Spirit Competition 2007; Gold medal International Wine Challenge 2006; Gold medal International Wine and Spirit Competition 2003; Gold medal International Wine and Spirit Competition 1999; Gold medal International Wine Challenge 1998; 90 points in Jamie Goode; 89 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 87 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 18 points in Decanter Magazine.
Grahams 10 years old Tawny Port
It has a deep tawny colour. ON THE NOSE, it shows complex nutty aromas combined with hints of honey and figs. ON THE PALATE, rich mature fruit flavours, beautifully mellowed with a luscious long finished.
5 Silver medals at the International Wine Challenge; 2 Silver medals at the International Wine & Spirits Competition; 2 Gold and 2 Silver medals at the Decanter World Wine Awards; 92 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine; 90 points in Jamie Goode; 90 points in Wine Spectator Magazine; 89 points in CellarTracker.
Store and Serve Advices:
You can serve at room temperature and even drink straight from the bottle.
The perfect way to sample each type of Ports and select the most suitable one for your profile.
Reviews and Awards:
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