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The release of Blend Nº 5 white medium dry follows the increasing popularity of White Port & Tonic as an aperitif.Whereas most white ports are made up of a mixed field blend of white grape varieties, Blend Nº5 consistes of two Portuguese grape va..
This wine pays tribute to three generations of Master Blenders who contributed to its prolonged ageing in the cellars. Across eight decades, generations of Master Blenders have left their mark on this extraordinary 1940 Single Harvest Tawny P..
Graham's Fine Ruby Port is full-bodied with youthful freshness and attractive, luscious fruit. It is deeply coloured and intensely aromatic. The Fine Ruby is bottled young, after some two years aging in oak vats. This retains the assertiveness ..
Graham's Fine Tawny Port is lighter in colour and texture than Ruby and also slightly drier. The young wine is matured in seasoned oak vats for an average of three years, which allows the wine to come into contact with the oxygen that freely pe..
Made only from white grapes, this pale coloured Port is fresh and delicate. The grapes used in the production of Graham’s Fine White are traditional white varieties from the Douro Valley, such as, Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato and Viosinho. Du..
Alexandre Mariz, manager of Quinta dos Malvedos and neighboring Quinta do Tua, was very optimistic about the prospects for the harvest and, together with the chief winemaker, Charles Symington, and the winemaker from Malvedos, Henry Shotton, identifi..