Grahams is one of the top producers of Port.  It tends to be a bit more on the sweeter side than the other top houses.  At age 41, this may have lost a tad of that sweetness but is drinking quite well.  Decanted for sediment and allowed to breathe for about 40 minutes.  Ruby in color, mostly clear and bright.  The nose is great with black raspberries, chocolate, slight figs and a hint of walnut. Full bodied.  On the palate, slightly sweet.  Black raspberries, chocolate, slight raisin and just a wisp of tannins.  Long finish.  Contemplative on its own, this worked quite well with a flourless Chocolate-Chambord Torte.  Drink over the next ten to fifteen years.  

Grade: 
A
Score: 
96
Vintage: 
1977
Current Price: 
$240.00USD

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