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Grahams Vintage Port Rmp 93 Premier 1977
93 points Parker: Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the ... most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II eratheir vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous.
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...Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Port wine from Douro in Portugal. 1977 Graham Vintage Port 750ml
...Along with Taylor and Fonseca Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional but their vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous. Robert Parkers Wine Advocate.
...a big hard and tightly knit wine. Deep purple-ruby with intense floral cassis and prune aromas full-bodied with plenty of fruitand extremely hard tannins. Built for aging. Wine Spectator.
The nose shows some spicy elements and an herbal essence that add intricacy to the fresh raspberry aroma that showed no outward sign of spirit. Finally! I have never been a fan of this VP and it has always been a thorn in my side, even when put in front of me in a handful of "blind" tests ("let's fool Roy"). However, this particular bottle made me think that at nearly 30, this wine has finally hit its stride. The alcohol did not stand out like a sore thumb which has been my main concern in every previous tasting. On the contrary, this seemed like a well-integrated, soft and smooth Port with plenty of stuffing. Bottles of this quality should drink best circa 2015-2025.