W. & J. Graham's

W. & J. Graham's

Vintage Port Blend 1977

Donald Patz

Porto is so out of fashion. I have no idea why since a number of highly rated “dry” wines carry substantial residual sweetness. Fashion is fashion. Hipsters will find this soon enough. 1977 was a time with Port if not in its heyday it was certainly much more highly regarded. This is just sensational. A fortified wine of great depth and dimension. — 5 days ago

Shay, Alex and 11 others liked this

W. & J. Graham's

Late Bottled Vintage Port Blend 2005

Prominent notes of chocolate covered cherries. Paired well with cheesecake. — a month ago

W. & J. Graham's

Quinta dos Malvedos Vintage Port Blend 2004


Great with a fine French blue cheese — 2 months ago

W. & J. Graham's

Aged 20 Years Tawny Port Blend

Refinement and harmony — 24 days ago

Daniel P., Severn and 12 others liked this

W. & J. Graham's

Aged 30 Years Tawny Porto

Nice, silky smooth tawny with nut and maple notes. — a month ago

Domaine Leroy

Chambertin Pinot Noir 1985


1985 Maison Leroy Chambertin. Dinner at Cap w J&L B. Not great. Disappointed. — a month ago

W. & J. Graham's

Six Grapes Reserve Port


Not too sweet.
Minimal bouquet
Aftertaste spicy alcohol, not smooth
— a month ago

W. & J. Graham's

Aged 10 Years Tawny Port Blend

Randall Hopkins

Butterscotch in a glass. Pronounced and yet balanced. A great way to finish a meal — a month ago

Joseph Phelps Vineyards

Eisele Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1985


1985 Phelps Eisele. Dinner at Cap w J&L B. Great! Didn’t decant. — a month ago

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