Reviews about Graham's Fine Tawny

Graham's (Port)

« Go back to Graham's Fine Tawny profile

  • Graham's Fine Tawny

    • |
    • 4 /5
    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 complete »
  • Graham's Fine Tawny

    • |
    • 4 /5
    - TASTING NOTES: Vista: Tawny.
    Nose: With well-balanced fruity aromas with hints of nuts.
    Mouth: A bit dry, elegant and smooth.
    - ALCOHOL CONTENT: 19º
    - TEMPERATURE: 10 ° to 14 ° C
    - PAIRING: Ideal with foods such as dried fruits and creamy desserts.
    read complete »
  • Graham's Fine Tawny

    • |
    • 4 /5
    amber color and complex aromas of orange peel and marzipan. A record full of rich aromas of dried fruit cake with walnut nuances wonderfully softened with a nice finish Serve chilled. relatively short fermentation (about two days) because Port is a fortified wine. Mutage which involves the...
    read complete »
  • Graham's Fine Tawny

    • |
    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - View: Oporto Graham's The Tawny has a dark amber
    - Nose: nose out their full flavour of raisins and nuts
    - Mouth: delicate, balanced and complex mouth.
    TEMPERATURE: 12 º C
    DEGREE OF ALCOHOL: 19%
    PAIRING: with candied fruits and nuts, salmon, cheese, pate, fruit and...
    read complete »
  • Port Graham's Tawny

    • |
    • 5 /5
  • Porto Graham's Tawny

    • |
    • 4 /5
    Graham's The Tawny 'is a Reserve Port made from a special lot, from various wines aged in casks in the cellars of the company between 7-9 years. It is clear the balance between ripe fruit and dried fruit resulting from the aging in cask, where the wine acquires a soft amber. Golden amber color,...
    read complete »