The Graham’s Six Grapes has a wonderfully deep, dark red colour, with a seductive rich perfume of ripe plums and cherries. On the palate, complex, with a good structure and a long lingering finish.
The name Six Grapes refers to the symbol Graham’s has always used to classify wines on a scale of one to six, Six Grapes denoting the lots with Vintage Port potential. From Graham’s five key vineyard properties, Malvedos, Tua, Lages, Vila Velha and Vale de Malhadas, the lots with the most concentration, structure and the brightest fruit are given the coveted Six Grapes classification.
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