Graham Six Grapes Port 2013
Six Grapes is one of Graham’s original Port marques. It is a big-hearted wine, sourced from the same vineyards (essentially Quinta dos Malvedos and Quinta das Lages) that contribute to Graham’s famed Vintage Ports in ‘declared’ years. As such, it closely resembles Graham’s Vintage Port style: full-bodied, with rich opulent black fruit on the palate and fragrant brambly aromas. We think of it 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.
Editorial Reviews for Graham Six Grapes Port
Floral and almost herbal on the nose with layers of tea like aromas adding really intriguing complexity to the base of cocoa-dusted, dried cherry fruit. Soft and easy going in the mouth, this doesn’t come off as particularly sweet but might benefit from a little more acidity adding some liveliness to the palate. The flavor profile is lovely and full of black cherry. Faint medicinal tones, hints of pollen, raspberry, black currant and caramel are all melded together into one subtle and smooth package. The finish is kind of structured with dusty tannins and more than enough acidity to refresh the palate. 88pts
Ruby style port. Good but left me wanting more as the flavors were dull and not fully defined. After a week it's flavorless. My first and last bottle.
Very dark . Smell of alchohol and tannin. Medium legs. Has the wine smell. Sweet start with fruity flavor, some tannin right in the middle. Somewhat complex. Very flavorful. Good common sipper
Really smooth wine. I recommend this wine if you like a sweet yet strong wine
Dark ruby color. Aromas of ripe plums and black cherries. On the palate, complex, with a good structure and a long lingering finish.
Graham’s Six Grapes pairs wonderfully with rich, dark chocolate desserts, as well as strong cheeses like a creamy blue.
This has everything going for it. I call this my week night port because of the low price. Aroma of overly ripe dark fruit, cherries, and a hint of chocolate. On the palate I get a spiceyness, ripe fruit, some chocolate and an earthiness background. A bit too sweet which gives it a cloying finish. Sip it slowly for maximum enjoyment.
External Reviews for Graham Six Grapes Port
Dark red in color, with a seductive rich perfume of ripe plums and cherries. On the palate, complex, with good structure and a long lingering finish.
Dark red colour, rich perfume of ripe plums and cherries.Good structure and a long finish.
Six Grapes has a seductive, rich aroma of ripe plums, cherries and dark chocolate notes. On the palate it's complex, with an excellent structure and a long, lingering finish. Six Grapes is one of Graham's original Port blends--it is a very full-bodied, luscious wine drawn from the same vineyards as Graham's Vintage Ports.
Oporto, PortugalW & J Grahams history spans three centuries during which time this acclaimed Port producer has remained an independent family business. Grahams is the story of two Scottish families, the Grahams and the Symingtons. The house's commitment to making memorable wines has earned Graham's its reputation as a leader in the production of outstanding Vintage Ports.Grahams Fine Ruby Port is full-bodied with youthful freshness and attractive, luscious fruit. Deep ruby red in color and intensely aromatic, this Port is bottled young to retain the assertiveness of the fruit, a hallmark of Graham's Ports. Three vintages of grapes have been harvested and blended to produce a luscious, deep red ruby port with complex sweetness. Cask matured for immediate enjoyment. Graham's Fine Ruby is an everyday Port, suitable for enjoying anytime.Graham's Fine Ruby Port was selected for its fine quality and value (and for our Portuguese Water Dog, Graham!).
Full-bodied with youthful freshness and attractive luscious fruit. Very deep-coloured and intensely aromatic.
Fine Tawny Port is lighter in color 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 skillful inclusion in the blend of some older wines adds a lingering, nutty taste.Reddish tawny colour, with ripe fruit aromas nicely balanced by hints dried fuits, and on the palate slightly dry, elegant and smooth.
Graham's Fine Ruby Port is full-bodied with youthful freshness and attractive luscious fruit. Very deep-coloured and intensely aromatic, this Port is bottled young so as to retain the assertiveness of the fruit, a recognisable Graham hallmark. Ruby is an everyday Port, suitable for enjoying anytime. Ruby colour, packed with ripe red and black fruit aromas, on the palate luscious black cherry flavours, with excellentbalance and an intense finish.
Food Pairings for Graham Six Grapes Port
<p>This port is blended from harvests over two or three years, resulting in a product that averages an age of five to six years.</p>
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