Editorial Reviews for Graham's "Six Grapes" Oporto
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
Almost maroon in color. Nose of plum and dried cherries with hints of liquorice. Also a distinct stewed fruit quality as if it was my mom prepareing Jam! Med weight with a nice richness and no alcohol presence, also the tannins seem soft but noticeable. Big fruit, almost candy like with cherry, strawberry, and a light smokiness. Very nice. C5+A12+T16+O8=91 
Decent reasonably priced port. would purchase again.
Hints of cherry and spice. Mouth filling with soft tannins. Good with strong cheese and dark chocolate. Great after dinner drink.
pretty good, particularly for the price.
very fruity...a little too fruity for my taste.
A wonderful port. Absolutely a complex pallet. A very strong body keeps from making this wine from being one you continually sip. A really great port to share with guests.
Sounds like a great port that's a must try. Matt may even like this one!
External Reviews for Graham's "Six Grapes" Oporto
A notable entry in the vintage-character realm, because it packs an assertiveness and stuffing that others seem to lack. Dusty earth and plum aromas give way to ripe fruity flavors that maintain their freshness. Picks up a hint of anise on the finish. Tasted blind, it could pass for a decent LBV.
A dry wine, firmly tannic, although also with acidity and black currant fruit. Spices and licorice add interest, while the tannins finish this attractive wine.
Six Grapes is a non-vintage Port that follows the Graham’s Vintage style very closely. It is produced from the vineyards of the Quinta dos Malvedos and Quinta das Lajes. Six Grapes is made from a blend of years aged in cask for 4–6 years before bottling to soften the wine for consumption. The curious depiction on the bottle of six bunches of grapes is a long standing marking used in the cellar to designate barrels of finest quality. Perfect balance wonderfully long persistance. Superb quality and value.
Lots of sweet dark plum and sweet cherry flavors dominate with plenty of milk chocolate. Clean and balanced on the straightforward finish. Drink now. Tasted twice with consistent notes.
A dry wine firmly tannic although also with acidity and black currant fruit. Spices and licorice add interest while the tannins finish this attractive wine.
W & J Graham makes one of the best known Reserve Port brands. And a great wine it is, too. It is soft, but there are tannins. It is fruity, but there is good concentration. And with its flavors of ripe, black figs and dark chocolate, it is an immediately appealing wine.
Six Grapes is a non-vintage Port that follows the Grahamandrsquo;s Vintage style very closely. It is produced from the vineyards of the Quinta dos Malvedos and Quinta das Lajes. Six Grapes is made from a blend of years, aged in cask for 4andndash;6 years before bottling to soften the wine for consumption. The curious depiction on the bottle of six bunches of grapes is a long standing marking used in the cellar to designate barrels of finest quality. Perfect balance, wonderfully long persistance. Superb quality and value.
Food Pairings for Graham's "Six Grapes" Oporto
This very full-bodied wine has a rich nose of cherries, ripe plums and dark chocolate. Complex and well-structured palate, with a finish that is long lasting and persistent.
<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>