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NV Graham Tawny Port 10 Year Old
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NV Graham Tawny Port 10 Year Old

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

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90 Points | Wine Spectator

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Makes a great standard on which to judge Ports
02/02/2007
by Whitehead12222927
Whether first-timer or long-timer, this is an enjoyable, comforting wine. You certainly would fare well to always keep a bottle on hand while expirementing with others.
Quality & low price
02/25/2006
by Werner10640681
Excellent port at an EXCELLENT price. Even the "experts" agree with me on the quality!
Masterpiece for the price
05/06/2005
by Arana11533328
An explosion of flavor
01/09/2005
by diddley10537060
It's a good one. after cockburn and dow, the best of the 10 years that i've had (still waiting to try niepoort . . .)
Delightful
10/25/2004
by Overton10710091
We picked up an almond flavor here, served in new Reidel "Extreme" port glasses. Matched with a heavy chocolate cake, it seemed quite alot like a liquer. This is a nice one to have around for the winter!
Excellent
06/30/2002
by ayavei
Very good port, sweet but not fruity.
Disappointing
10/19/2009
by Santella12914626
This was very thin, somewhat bitter, and not very flavorful. I've had much warmer, more rewarding port wines at lower price points.

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About Portugal

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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