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“Fine Tawny Port is lighter in colour and texture than Ruby and is also slightly drier. Graham's Fine Tawny combines these qualities with the rich fruity style which is the hallmark of all Graham's Ports. The skilful inclusion in the blend of some older wines adds a lingering, nutty taste.”read
“Aged in seasoned oak pipes (534 litre casks) for an average of ten years and blended to a consistent marque each time it's bottled. Much lighter than Vintage Port, these wines are delicious when served slightly chilled and are sometimes drunk as an aperitif as well as after a meal.”read
“The 30 Year Old wines are very serious indeed, showing immense structure and a range of dried fruit and nut flavours. To age and blend old wines like these is an extremely challenging exercise requiring great skill and years of experience.”read
“The 20 Year Old is similar in style to the I0 Year Old, but as you would expect with double the age, the colour is more amber, the nut and fig character is accentuated, and the flavour much more concentrated. If you stay in a Douro Quinta you are more than likely to find a bottle or two of this...”read
“Founded in 1820 by two Scottish brothers William and John Graham, is quickly earning a reputation as a leading port wine manufacturer and producer of exceptional vintage ports. In the 21st century, Graham is one of the top producers of premium port wines. The vintage ports of the past years are...”read
“This is the oldest blend of tawny Port that Graham's produce. Only small quantities of this wine are made and sold and they're held in very high esteem by tawny Port aficionados. Incredible concentration and complexity of aroma and flavour come through decades of ageing in the casks held at the...”read
“It is a wine of a single harvest, it ages 4 to 6 years in wooden casks, and after this period slightly filtered and bottled. It presents an intense ruby color and opaque. Fragrant and complex nose which highlights red berries and aromas. Velvety palate, an explosion of flavor blackberries and...”read
“Gold Decanter World Wine Awards - Gorgeous bouquet redolent of chocolate, mint and spice. Luxurious and lusty palate, showing cassis and layers of blackcurrant and black plum. Big and bold but in a very polished, attractive manner.”read
“Attractive and intense colour. Strong flavour which reminds me of strawberry candy.
The combination of this Dows Finest Reserva Port and meat did not seem appropriate, best pair it with fish.
A client gave it to me.
A good wine.
This is one of the most potent vintages of this wine.
“Port wine tawny 20 is produced from a reserve port wine aged in wood, which mature into winey oak casks. Each of these shells contain approximately 630 liters of wine. Then to their maturity, these individual wines are blended to ensure consistent quality and style of the house.”read
“94 pts Wine Enthusiast - An incredibly rare and fine Port of immense age and delicate elegance. A Port where the essence of fine Tawny Port is encapsulated; pale golden-green with age on the rim and sweetly concentrated by four decades in seasoned oak barrels. A brilliant Port of rare pedigree.”read
“90 pts Wine Spectator - Amber golden in colour, soft and rich on the palate with a fine and mellow fruit flavour blending in with the almond overtones of prolonged cask aging. A very fine Port to be savoured in a reasonable sized glass so that the aromas and colour can be appreciated.”read
“91 pts Wine Enthusiast - For many the perfect age for a great Tawny Port. The vibrant purple colour of a great young Port has softened to a delicate green-gold after 20 long years in seasoned oak casks under the watchful eye of the master blender and the Dow's head lodge man. On the palate, Dow's...”read
“This is Graham's oldest marque still in existence and quite possibly the best Reserve Port on the market. Such is its quality that winemaker, Charles Symington, says that it is one of the most difficult blends for him and his team to assemble in order that it consistently achieves the freshness...”read
“Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal's Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. This makes Graham's a pioneer since always.
Today five cousins of Symington family share responsibility for every...”read
“To mark the birth of HRH Prince George, the Symington family has decided to bottle a special commemorative edition of Graham’s Single Harvest Tawny Port from 1982, the year the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were born. To have selected a remarkable Tawny Port from the birth year of the parents to...”read
“A limited number of white grape varieties are used in this Port's production, foremost amongst which is Malvasia Fina, which gives this wine its attractive fruity and crisp flavour. Makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.”read
“95 pts CellarTracker - This superb Vintage displays a very attractive pale red rim, surrounding a deep crimson centre. It has a classic Graham's nose of mature red fruits, with hints of mint and eucalyptus. On the palate it is smooth and complex, with fine tannins, and a very long finish.”read