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NV Graham Tawny Port 20 Year Old
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NV Graham Tawny Port 20 Year Old

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

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20-Year-Old Tawny Points | International Wine Cellar , March/April 1998

Full, deep color for an older tawny. Brooding aromas of currant fruitiness, nuts, raisins and minerals. Concentrated, unctuous and sweet; slightly aggressive and powerfully structured, but buffered by strong extract. Maintains unusually fresh fruit flavors for an older tawny. Offers weight and solid structure. Long, sweet finish leaves a glyceral impression, and is not at all dried by the brandy. Very impressive.

90 Points | Wine Spectator

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Great PORT
10/26/2008
by Poon13117415
Gramham 20 years Tawny Port is the best PORT I have ever tasted!
Excellent Port
08/30/2005
by cabernet10428046
You might have a better port sometime in your life when someone else is buying, but if you want excellence in front of the fireplace at home, then this is the port for you. Worth every penny, and believe me you can taste the difference.
Brilliant
02/13/2004
by Powell10749364
Paired with a rich chocolate cake, the Graham seemed to just explode....brilliant finish, especially with a light and rich Ashton
Good choice, but not the best
01/23/2009
by Wine13117419
Nice nose, good variety of tastes. A little strong on the alcohol for finish but not bad. Overall, a good sipping port that is plesant to the tongue and nose.
take 2
07/08/2001
by JTJAMEE
for those of us who need something nice right now this is as good as it gets. no waiting on this one. this has become a staple in our pantry, make sure, before you leave the store...take 2.
11/28/2005
by Jeffreys11847289
Apparent alcholol.

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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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