Was founded in Portugal in 1820. The company owns two of the Douro Valley’s finest vineyards: Quinta dos Malvedos and Quinta do Tua, both of which produce exceptional Port wines of great structure, richness and depth.
Graham’s Port is an independent company, wholly owned by the Symington family, Port producers since the 19th century and whose ancestors were involved in the very beginnings of the Port trade in 1652.
Graham’s is widely recognized as one of the great First Growth producers of Vintage Port. Graham’s 2007 Vintage Port was awarded 97 points (out of 100) by Robert Parker, considered the world’s most influential wine critic, who described the wine as "A candidate for wine of the vintage...a tour de force.”
Is a superb wine, selected from the finest production of what was a spectacular year. Whereas Vintage Port spends two years in casks and then matures in bottle, LBV is matured in seasoned oak and then bottled at between four and six years of age; hence the term, ‘late bottled’. Its ageing process encourages the wine’s development, and as such, at the time of bottling it is ready to drink without the need for decanting.
Graham's LBV is a leader in its category, winning 1 Trophy and 6 Gold medals in the last two decades at the most prestigious competitions. It is highly prized by Port enthusiasts in Britain, traditionally one of Port's most discerning and competitive markets.
|Product||Grahams Late Bottled Vintage|
|Grape variety||Blend red|
|Number of bottles||6|
|Delivery time||2 - 5 working days|
|Price per piece||€18.95|