Graham’s 20 Years Old represents superlative quality. Its principal attributes are great complexity and harmony. With...Read more...
Pours a nice reddish orange color, reminding me of a little rust color. Lots of nutty flavors on the front end. Some sweet butterscotch in the mi... Read more
Very smooth. Great nutty flavors with a very long finish. Read more
I was especially struck by this port's long, flavorful finish. A pleasantly rich dessert wine. Read more
Food Pairings for Graham's 20 Year Old Tawny Port
Pours a nice reddish orange color, reminding me of a little rust color. Lots of nutty flavors on the front end. Some sweet butterscotch in the middle. Finishes with a nice toasted caramel flavor. Nice length to this wine.
Very smooth. Great nutty flavors with a very long finish.
I was especially struck by this port's long, flavorful finish. A pleasantly rich dessert wine.
External Reviews for Graham's 20 Year Old Tawny Port
This has a zesty, sweet floral aroma, with well-spiced flavors of apple tart, flan and cocoa powder. The plush, mouthfilling finish of cream, vanilla and raspberry is fresh and balanced. Drink now.
Not as balanced as the 10-year-old. Really vibrant masses of honey, butterscotch and crandegrave;me branducirc;landeacute;e flavors. Medium-bodied, very fresh, long honey and orange peel finish. Slightly hot. Drink now.
This is rich on the nose, with candied fruit, fruitcake, toffee and maple syrup. Full-bodied and medium sweet, with a brilliant aftertaste of fruit and caramel. Lasts for minutes on your palate. I have always loved this tawny. Drink now.
Complex orange peel, cedar and plum aromas and flavors, medium body and sweetness and clean finish. Absolutely delicious. Pure honey.
Light mahogany color with a ruby cast. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Toasted wood, brown spices. Quite aromatic with a rich and flavorful palate feel. Well balanced with good grip through the finish.
A complex and full-bore tawny, with deep, intense flavors of orange cream, glazed apricot, baked peach and roasted pineapple that are balanced by concentrated chocolate and toffee notes. The bright finish is filled with spice and supported by fresh acidity. Drink now.
Fruit-leather flavors of dried apricot combine with a sweeter tone, like baba au rhum. this is a dark tones, pleasantly woody wine for dried fruit or nuts.
Wine Spectator: Pretty honey, caramel and butterscotch, with a hint of prunes. Medium-bodied and medium sweet, with a fresh finish. Try it with chocolate.
Graham’s 20 Years Old represents superlative quality. Its principal attributes are great complexity and harmony. With an amber, golden tawny colour, denoting considerable age, Graham’s 20 Years Old has an excellent bouquet, with a characteristic ‘nutty’ character (almonds) and delicious mature fruit with hints of orange peel, exquisitely mellowed by careful ageing. Rich, sweet and smooth on the palate, it is perfectly balanced, with a long and lingering finish. This is an excellent alternative to Vintage Port at less formal occasions and will keep for some weeks after opening.
Dietary Information: Organic
|Total Acidity: 4.15 grams per liter|
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