Graham's fine presents a reddish tawny colour, with ripe fruit aromas nicely balanced by hints of dried fruits, and on the palate slightly dry, elegant and smooth.
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Graham’s Fine Tawny Port is a more lightly textured and drier wine than the Ruby. It offers a fine balance of fruitiness and nuttiness, derived from maturation in seasoned oak cascs. A very versatile style of Port, suitable for drinking on any occasion.
Grape Varieties: Old Vines
Reddish tawny colour, with ripe fruit aromas nicely balanced by hints of dried fruits, and on the palate slightly dry, elegant and smooth.
Store and Serve Advices:
Store the bottle horizontally in a dark place with constant temperature, ideally between 12ºC and 15ºC.
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