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A dark, deep and reserved blend of intense red and purple pour from this bottle. Once in the glass, this port begs to be sipped. Although, this wine will only improve with age, even young the intense fig, chocolate, and tobacco smoke aromas and ones to be savored. On the palate, rich caramels, spices of vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg, and intense dried cherries. Once released I suggest to buy at least 3 bottles. One now for fun, one for about 10 years from now, and one to enjoy on that very special evening a good 40 years from now.
Four and a half glasses
External Reviews for Graham's Port Vintage
Saturated deep violet-ruby color. Supersweet nose conveys a distinctly liqueur-like quality to the flamboyant dark fruit licorice pastille and chocolate aromas. Sweet lush round and hugely concentrated with extraordinary lift and purity for a vintage port with this kind of ripeness and thickness of material. The sexy dark chocolate quality carries through in the mouth. Finishes with outstanding breadth length and sweetness of fruit. It s easy to underrate a wine that s so sweet in the early going but this has the density vibrancy and spine for three or four decades of development in bottle. Stephen Tanzers IWC.
Great nose of crushed blackberry, currant and grape skin. Intense. Full-bodied, dense and beautiful, with big, polished tannins and a long, long finish. Very sweet. This is a superb young vintage Port. Could match or better the fabulous 2000 Graham. Wine Spectator. A Port wine from Douro in Portugal. 2007 Graham Vintage Port 1500ml
Rich and chewy, with masses of blueberry, blackberry and raisin character. Full-bodied and very sweet, with a long, powerful finish. Big and juicy, with ultraripe fruit. Racy and full of class. Like cashmere in texture. Best after 2018. -JS Wine Spectator. A Port wine from Douro in Portugal. 2007 Graham Vintage Port 1500ml