Graham's Port is a well-known and respected Port house located in the Douro Valley of Portugal. The company was founded in 1820 by two brothers, William and John Graham, who established a successful business trading in textiles and other goods. In 1822, they were joined by their brother-in-law, James Symington, who had experience in the wine trade, and together they began producing and exporting Port wine.
Today, Graham's Port is part of the Symington Family Estates, which is still run by descendants of the original founders. The company owns several quintas (vineyards) in the Douro Valley, where they grow grapes for their Port wines.
Graham's produces a range of Port styles, including vintage, tawny, and LBV (late bottled vintage) Ports. They are particularly known for their vintage Ports, which are only produced in exceptional years and are considered among the finest examples of Port available. The company also produces a range of premium aged tawnies, including 10, 20, 30, and 40-year-old expressions.
Graham's Port is known for its commitment to quality, using traditional methods and hand-crafted techniques to produce their wines. The company's cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, across the river from Porto, hold an extensive collection of aged Ports, some of which date back over a century.