TIME-HONOURED skills, craftsmanship and dedication are handed down from generation to generation at GRAHAM’S in the form of three unique arts – the art of blending, the art of cooperage and the art of ageing – to produce an extraordinary selection of Tawny Ports. The wonders of wood: As one of the last Port companies with its own cooperage team, tending to each cask individually, GRAHAM’s masters the art of making 30 Years Old Tawnies. The wonder of wood works hand-in-hand with time to create one of life’s greatest pleasures. For those who are passionate about the art of making great Port wines.
It shows a light, orange-tinted amber colour. Magnificent nose showing an array of dried fruits. A matured, concentrated palate with full honeyed fruit. Gorgeously mellow, with an amazing, long finish.
Store and Serve Advices:
Store the bottle horizontally in a dark place with constant temperature, ideally between 12ºC and 15ºC.
GRAHAM’S 30 Years Old Tawny is a fabulous accompaniment to dark chocolate but can also be enjoyed alone, as a dessert in its own right .
Reviews and Awards:
. 95 points in Wine Spectator Magazine;
. 95 points in Wine Enthusiast Magazine;
. 92 points in Jamie Goode;
. 91 points in CellarTracker;
. 91 points in Wine & Spirits Magazine;
. 17,5 points in Jancis Robinson;
. Peter Symington, responsible with his son Charles for the vineyards and wine making, has been made ‘Fortified Wine Maker of the Year’ an extraordinary 6 times by the ‘Wine Challenge’.Nobody else has won this important award more than once.In 2003, his son Charles won the same award;
. “Rating Portugal’s producers of Port… Graham 5 STAR***** (Outstanding)” Robert Parker;
. 1 Port Trophy, 3 Gold medals and 5 Silver medals at the International Wine Challenge;
. 3 Silver medals at the International Wine & Spirits Challenge;
. 1 Gold and 2 Silver medals at the Decanter World Wine Awards.