Graham's Lbv 2005
External Reviews for Graham's Lbv
A firm, dry wine, very upright and elegant. It has power, but it's the initially austere perfumes that dominate. Dried currants go with black plum skins and definite tannins.
Orientated toward the floral, rose scents of touriga franca, this gentle, sweet wine turns a bit lean and warm in the finish. It's smooth in the middle, for a cheese course.
Sweet, fragrant, very luscious and soft. It is fruity and easy with some youthful freshness, and stalky, dried currant flavors. Certainly not intense, but immediately appealing.
Features lots of ripe fruit, with plenty of blueberry and blackberry character. Full-bodied, offering velvety and round tannins and a fruity finish. A fruit-forward style. Drink now.
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