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NV Graham Six Grapes Port
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NV Graham Six Grapes Port

Producer: Graham
Style: Fortified
Grape Type: Port Blend
Origin: Portugal
Region: Portugal

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89 Points | International Wine Cellar , March/April 1998

Very saturated dark red. Youthful port aromas of cassis, licorice, chocolate, herbs and damp earth. Very intense, sweet flavors of chocolate and dark berries. Robust yet smooth and not obviously alcoholic. Superb fruit is given clarity by firm acids. Real wine-class port, with terrific structure, freshness and delineation of flavor.

87 Points | Wine Spectator

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decent at best
02/16/2009
by collins13317455
I think that this port is a good one to start with if you havent gotten into alot of other ports but there are plenty of others for around the same price that have a little more complex flavor
Dessert in a bottle, perfect for Port beginners
01/16/2008
by Brooks12608420
I never liked Port wine until I tried this one and from there I moved on to bigger and better. I think the price is right, the taste is yummy, and I would buy it again and again.
Very good dessert wine
02/07/2004
by Russell10687341
I thought this wine was plenty sweet. Any more sweetness, and you might as well drink sugar water! Nose is very sweet. Initial taste is a little sharp but finishes smooth and sweet. Previous reviewer was right..this is dessert!

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For most American wine lovers Portuguese wine means Port, the rich fortified Portugal wine made in the hot, dry Douro Valley in the northern part of the country. But the past decade has witnessed a greater flow of high-quality table wines, mostly red, into the U.S. market.


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