GRAHAM

2000

Origin Portugal, Port
District Vintage Port
ABV 20%

One of the great wines of the vintage this requires cellaring and should not really be considered until at least twenty years old, and probably much more. L&S (Nov 2010)

Currently out of stock in our warehouse.


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Or, check the related products below for different vintages or wines of a similar style. You can also send an email to: sales@leaandsandeman.co.uk.


Aromas of dried fruits, raisins and Christmas cake. Some chocolate undertones too, plus licorice and wet earth. Full body, medium sweet with gorgeous depth and intensity of fruit. So long and beautiful. What an amazing finish already. So sexy. Drink or hold. But this will go on for decades. Rating: 98 James Suckling, www.jamessuckling.com (Nov 2015)

The spring violets give a floral charm to the nose. The mix of fruits mirrors the charm with first lush black fruits, blackcurrant, bilberry and black plum backed by brighter red. The ripeness of the fruit gives a mid palate an opulent succulence but the underlying structure holds back full fruit expression at this stage. There is so much more still to show. 2018-45 Rating: 95 Derek Smedley MW, www.dereksmedleymw.co.uk (Dec 2013)

Dark crimson with a slightly weak rim. Rich, slightly volatile, evolved nose. Polished and dense and explosive. Interesting contrast with Noval 2000. More of a Fonseca style in its opulence. Lots of fun! Great richness. I would love to discover this in fact comes from somewhere other than Portugal! Complete. Rating: 18.5 Jancis Robinson MW OBE - www.JancisRobinson.com (Dec 2012)

Smells like fresh orchids, with loads of ripe, clean fruit. Full-bodied, medium-sweet. Very powerful and racy; lasts for minutes on the palate. Yet there's balance and class to this young Vintage Port. Greatest Graham ever, young or old. Best after 2014. Rating: 98-98 James Suckling, The Wine Spectator (Mar 2005)

Graham

Part of the Symington port 'empire'. Founded by Scotsman Andrew James Symington who arrived in Oporto in 1882 and initially joined Graham's.

The Symington family own other big names in the port industry such as Warre & Co, Dow's, and Cockburn's to name but a few, and are the largest vineyard ownership group in the Douro.

This wine isn't currently part of a mixed case, but you can always browse our full selection of mixed cases here.
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