W. & J. Graham's

40 Year Tawny Port Blend

9.523 ratings
9.46 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Blue Cheese, Chocolate & Caramel, Vanilla & Caramel, Salami & Prosciutto, Fruit & Berries, Baking Spices, Pungent Cheese, Fruit Desserts, Soft Cheese, Chocolate & Coffee
Top Notes For
Sipping Fine Wine

“40-Years" indicates an average age – this Aged Tawny Port is a blend of older wines, which offer complexity and younger wines bringing fresh fruit flavors and vibrancy. Rich Golden Amber color with complex aromas of ripe fruit, honey and nutty notes. On the palate flavors of ripe berry fruit, figs and dried fruits with earthy nutty tones. Long finish, smooth and luxurious, well balanced ending with a rich character. Nice, drink now, Tasting Sample!

“40-Years" indicates an average age – this Aged Tawny Port is a blend of older wines, which offer complexity and younger wines bringing fresh fruit flavors and vibrancy. Rich Golden Amber color with complex aromas of ripe fruit, honey and nutty notes. On the palate flavors of ripe berry fruit, figs and dried fruits with earthy nutty tones. Long finish, smooth and luxurious, well balanced ending with a rich character. Nice, drink now, Tasting Sample!

Sep 18th, 2021
Michelle Cleveland

Nutty, subdued nose. Walnuts, molasses, alcohol on palate. Long finish.

Nutty, subdued nose. Walnuts, molasses, alcohol on palate. Long finish.

Jun 3rd, 2015
Jenessa Goodman

Dreamy

Dreamy

Nov 30th, 2014
Jerry Raphael

Nutty, slightly sweet, Carmel. Drinking great

Nutty, slightly sweet, Carmel. Drinking great

Nov 9th, 2014
Matthew Davis

Enchanting! Light in the mouth, with complex blend of prunes and leather, maybe a little black currant and minerality too. Showing its age well!

Enchanting! Light in the mouth, with complex blend of prunes and leather, maybe a little black currant and minerality too. Showing its age well!

Oct 25th, 2014
Rosie Annetta Johnson

Port is an acquired taste. It's pecan notes are perfect for a nice cigar. After dinner wine but it's not a dessert wine. All port is not created equal and this is the top of the line. Enjoy

Port is an acquired taste. It's pecan notes are perfect for a nice cigar. After dinner wine but it's not a dessert wine. All port is not created equal and this is the top of the line. Enjoy

Apr 10th, 2014
Alexander Niehenke

I want to say that I had the Port palate to appreciate this. But I don't.

I want to say that I had the Port palate to appreciate this. But I don't.

Jan 3rd, 2014
Clayton Bahr

Clayton had this 6 years ago

Clayton had this 6 years ago

Aug 13th, 2015
Max Coane

Max had this 8 years ago

Max had this 8 years ago

Feb 10th, 2014
David Michael

David had this 6 years ago

David had this 6 years ago

Jan 25th, 2016