Graham's

Graham's

The tale of Graham’s is a story of two families, one founding and one guiding the property to the very highest heights. Founded in 1820 by the Graham brothers, theirs was one of the first companies to invest in their own vineyards in the Douro Valley rather than the common practice at the time of exclusively buying fruit in.

Its acquisition by the Symington Family Estates added this property to the greatest assembled portfolio of fortified wines in Portugal, tucking it neatly under the auspice of the five Symington cousins led by winemaker Charles. Known for its intense floral aromatics, opulent fruit and adventurous flair, Graham’s declares a vintage in nothing but the very finest years.

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Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Graham's 1985 (12x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £992.08
1985

Graham's 1985 (12x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous. Graham is the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports. Yes, it is made in a sweeter style than the other ports, but it is a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length. It is forward, as are all 1985s, and I would speculate that this port will be approaching maturity by 1992-93 and will keep 15-20 years thereafter.
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Porto 12x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £992.08
Graham's 1997 (12x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £648.00
1997

Graham's 1997 (12x75cl)

Wine Spectator (95)

Plum and blackberry on the nose, with hints of dried violets. Wet earth. Full-bodied, medium-sweet, very chewy and rich. Long and caressing. Still very tight. Give it time. Very layered and structured. Much better than I remember. Impressive. '77/'85/'97 blind Port retrospective. Best after 2010. 3,100 cases imported. -JS
Delivery to Storage from 10 Jan 2022

Porto 12x75cl 5 95 (WS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £648.00
Graham's 2007 (12x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £780.88
2007

Graham's 2007 (12x75cl)

Wine Spectator (96-99)

Great nose of crushed blackberry, currant and grape skin. Intense. Full-bodied, dense and beautiful, with big, polished tannins and a long, long finish. Very sweet. This is a superb young vintage Port. Could match or better the fabulous 2000 Graham. Score range: 96-99
Delivery to Storage from 11 Jan 2022

Porto 12x75cl 1 96-99 (WS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £780.88
Graham's The Stone Terraces 2017 (1x225cl)
Inc. VAT: £1,193.92
2017

Graham's The Stone Terraces 2017 (1x225cl)

James Suckling (100)

The aromas here are amazing: crushed blueberries and raspberries with wet earth and dried flower. Orange blossom. Tar and stone. Full body, very sweet but the powerful and fine-grained tannins balance the wine out. Tannins and fruit envelop your mouth with each sip. Great potential. Single vineyard port. 600 cases. Try after 2030.
Delivery to Storage from 11 Jan 2022

Porto 1x225cl 1 100 (JS) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £1,193.92
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Graham's 1985 (12x75cl)
In Bond: £775.00
1985

Graham's 1985 (12x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

Graham is another great port house, producing one of the deepest-colored and sweetest styles of vintage port. Along with Taylor and Fonseca, Graham has probably been the most consistent producer of great port in the post- World War II era. Their tawnys are quite good rather than exceptional, but their vintage ports are truly sublime and sumptuous. Graham is the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports. Yes, it is made in a sweeter style than the other ports, but it is a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length. It is forward, as are all 1985s, and I would speculate that this port will be approaching maturity by 1992-93 and will keep 15-20 years thereafter.
1 In Stock - Immediate Delivery

Porto 12x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £775.00
Graham's 1997 (12x75cl)
In Bond: £540.00
1997

Graham's 1997 (12x75cl)

Wine Spectator (95)

Plum and blackberry on the nose, with hints of dried violets. Wet earth. Full-bodied, medium-sweet, very chewy and rich. Long and caressing. Still very tight. Give it time. Very layered and structured. Much better than I remember. Impressive. '77/'85/'97 blind Port retrospective. Best after 2010. 3,100 cases imported. -JS
Delivery to Storage from 10 Jan 2022

Porto 12x75cl 5 95 (WS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £540.00
Graham's 2007 (12x75cl)
In Bond: £599.00
2007

Graham's 2007 (12x75cl)

Wine Spectator (96-99)

Great nose of crushed blackberry, currant and grape skin. Intense. Full-bodied, dense and beautiful, with big, polished tannins and a long, long finish. Very sweet. This is a superb young vintage Port. Could match or better the fabulous 2000 Graham. Score range: 96-99
Delivery to Storage from 11 Jan 2022

Porto 12x75cl 1 96-99 (WS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £599.00
Graham's The Stone Terraces 2017 (1x225cl)
In Bond: £982.00
2017

Graham's The Stone Terraces 2017 (1x225cl)

James Suckling (100)

The aromas here are amazing: crushed blueberries and raspberries with wet earth and dried flower. Orange blossom. Tar and stone. Full body, very sweet but the powerful and fine-grained tannins balance the wine out. Tannins and fruit envelop your mouth with each sip. Great potential. Single vineyard port. 600 cases. Try after 2030.
Delivery to Storage from 11 Jan 2022

Porto 1x225cl 1 100 (JS) Read Review/Description In Bond: £982.00

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