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.
Food Pairings for Graham Six Grapes Port Portugal
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