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2009 Graham Vintage Port Quinta Dos Malvedos
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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May 2012

Bright, full ruby.  Lovely high-pitched aromas of black cherry, violet and licorice.  Very sweet and highly concentrated, with perfectly harmonious acidity giving focus to the restrained blackberry and violet flavors.  Doesn't offer quite the supersweetness of Graham's classic vintage port but there's still an almost candied quality to the fruit.  Very rich, very supple wine with fine-grained, extremely suave tannins and terrific sneaky length.  A sexy note of Benedictine-like medicinal herbs gives piquant lift to the finish.  One of my favorites of the vintage.

94 Points | Wine Spectator

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