Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sirfrederick The best value Port on the market.
The 1975 was an exceptional vintage, is drinkable now and the Graham's is one of the best. Having said all that, what really counts is the taste. The answer is that the taste right up until its finish was excellent. I won't go into "I got raspberry, black current, apricot stones ......." and all that rubbish, all I will say is that it went down a treat (all of it!) with my Coheba Splendido cigar.
17 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Griff Beautiful now, still fresh as a daisy
This is wonderfully approachable now, with plenty of depth and complexity, and yet the level of freshness seems to indicate that this will hold on for another decade or so. Not as lusciously sweet as most Grahams, but the ripeness of the fruit and weight of the wine more than make up for it. A very slight hint of spirit on the nose, I imagine this will settle down in a couple of years.
02 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gordon Lovely drinking 2014
This port lives up to expectations. Powerful at first, it needs to stand a fair while and darkens in the decanter quickly, being light at first. It is delightfully but not confusingly complex, with a depth that only a port of its age can muster. This makes it rather good value actually, and comes highly recommended from this drinker at least!
07 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by LondonGas Great drop of port
Enjoyed a glass from each of two different bottles. Showing a distinct brown rim in the glass having obviously moved on from Jancis's review 9 years ago. Plummy on the nose. Quite alcoholic but very enjoyable. Smooth.
04 October 2013