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Graham's Vintage Port 1977 Magnum

Country Portugal
Region Douro
Sub Region -
Bottling mc
Type of Wine Port
Year 1977
Bottle size 1.50 L
Packaging OWC1
Rating Scale 91-95
Rating 91
Rating Agency Average
Label gl
Capsule good condition
Level neck
Excl. Vat: €249.00 Incl. Vat: €301.29
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Availability: In stock
Stock: 1
When to drink: 2005 to 2030
Really perfumed – cedarwood and cigar box. Cedarwood and sandalwood and cinnamon – incense-like. Rich and generous on the palate, but perhaps not as fresh as 1970, more nutty. Julia Harding MW
Graham's has a reputation as a producer of outstanding Vintage Port for well over a century. These wines are renowned for their remarkable richness, concentration and firm tannic structure: a combination which yields impressive longevity. Graham's Vintage Ports consistently attain the highest ratings in tastings and invariably attract very high bids at fine wine auctions.

Vintage Ports are only made in years of exceptionally high quality harvests, which on average occur two or three times in a decade. The weather in the vineyards is the principal determining factor: conditions must be ideal throughout the growing season, as well as during the subsequent harvest.

Graham's extraordinary quality is the result of the unique characteristics of the five vineyards that contribute to the Vintage Port.

1977

"Concentrated, Long-Lasting and Complex"

Declared by all the major Port houses, 1977 is a classic vintage. Marked by well structured, balanced wines with strong tannins, the wines from 1977 have great elegance and staying power. The best of them have the tannin and structure to age for decades.

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