Porto Tawny 40 anni 75 cl Graham'sGraham
40 Years old Tawny, founded in 1820 by the Scottish brothers William and John Graham, this House has established itself since the nineteenth century as a producer of one of the best Vintage Porto on the market, thanks above all to the quality of its grapes, coming from the most prestigious areas of Portugal . In 1970 the Graham brothers decide to sell their exclusive assets to the Symington family (Porto producers and traders for more than four generations). Graham's was one of the first port companies to invest in its vineyards in 1890 and is today at the forefront of innovation in winemaking techniques. Today, the five members of the Symington family run the company sharing responsibilities.
Aged about 40 years, this wine has the characteristic flavor of hazelnuts and raisins, exquisitely softened by aging in old oak barrels.
Porto Graham's 40 Years Old is aged in oak barrels in the cellars of Vila Nova de Gaia.
- Color: amber with a slight hint of light green on the edge
- Nose: rich complexity with hints of blood orange and walnuts.
- Mouth: wide, long and full-bodied, with a deliciously sweet finish.
- Portugal - Douro
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