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W&J Graham's Tawny Port 20 year old
SKU: 16240

W&J Graham's Tawny Port 20 year old

  • ws93
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750ml
$44.99

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Category Port
Varietals
Region Portugal, Douro
Brand W&J Graham's
Alcohol/vol 20%
Graham's 20 Years Old Tawny is the result of the Master Blender's quest for the perfect balance between young and aged Port wines. This is a Port wine perfected over twenty years to delight those in pursuit of excellence. Amber, golden tawny color. Excellent bouquet; with a characteristically nutty character and delicious mature fruit; hints of orange peel; exquisitely mellowed by careful ageing. The palate is rich, softly sweet and smooth; perfectly balanced with a long and elegant finish. Pairs extremely well with nuts, dried fruits and fruitcake, as well as vanilla ice cream and crème brûlée. Serve slightly chilled.
Wine Spectator
  • ws93

A complex and full-bore tawny, with deep, intense flavors of orange cream, glazed apricot, baked peach and roasted pineapple that are balanced by concentrated chocolate and toffee notes. The bright finish is filled with spice and supported by fresh acidity. Drink now. 25,000 cases made. (Top 100: 2013, Rank: 87)

Kim Marcus, October 15, 2013
Wine Enthusiast
  • we90

This is a hugely dry, burnt style, very concentrated. The licorice and bitter coffee flavors are dense, layered and well balanced with the acidity. A serious wine that demands attention.

Roger Voss, August 1, 2006
Vinous
  • v88

The 20-Year Old Tawny from Graham's has a lifted grilled walnut, mandarin and clove-scented bouquet that blossoms in the glass. The palate is very harmonious and smooth in texture, offering orange rind, marmalade and chestnut. I like the bitter edge that develops towards the finish and the stem ginger that lingers on the aftertaste. My only quibble is just a slight lack of persistence, but otherwise this is a satisfying Tawny Port, on this occasion rather outclassed by Dow's equivalent. Tasted at the Symington Tawny Port tasting at the Tower of London.

Neal Martin, December 2018