W. & J. Graham's

Vintage Port Blend

9.348 ratings
9.411 pro ratings
Porto, Douro, Portugal
Port Blend
Top Notes For
Shengli Hu

Deep purple with garnet rim. Mint, dried haystack. Hints of fresh dark cherries on the nose. Fresh and dried dark currants and cherries. Violet. High acidity, medium smooth sweet tannins. 2000: cool wet spring reduced yields. 20% abv.

Deep purple with garnet rim. Mint, dried haystack. Hints of fresh dark cherries on the nose. Fresh and dried dark currants and cherries. Violet. High acidity, medium smooth sweet tannins. 2000: cool wet spring reduced yields. 20% abv.

Sep 16th, 2019
Paco Suro

Well. Very early in life. But smooth. Really enjoyed this.

Well. Very early in life. But smooth. Really enjoyed this.

Oct 18th, 2018
Matt Trader

Absolutely wonderful, incredibly rich and unfiltered. Dark cherry and blackberry reduction, raisin, graphite mineral notes, licorice, nutmeg. What a treat

Absolutely wonderful, incredibly rich and unfiltered. Dark cherry and blackberry reduction, raisin, graphite mineral notes, licorice, nutmeg. What a treat

Aug 15th, 2018
Kyle Schlachter

Writer Colorado Wine Press

9.6

Infanticide

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Tom Kobylarz

The 2000 Vintage Port was drinking so well, starting to step into maturity with some tertiary fruit notes and a structure that has started to mellow.

Savory and fresh dark red cherry, cassis and plum, a touch of sweet mocha. The nose is very pronounced and seductive, inviting you to sip and seek it's pleasures. The palate is perfectly balanced, good density, balanced, still present but refined and polished tannin, and a long and luxurious finish that lasts for many minutes.

Maybe the best Port of the trip...bought a few back here after I got back. So should you!
#grahams

The 2000 Vintage Port was drinking so well, starting to step into maturity with some tertiary fruit notes and a structure that has started to mellow.

Savory and fresh dark red cherry, cassis and plum, a touch of sweet mocha. The nose is very pronounced and seductive, inviting you to sip and seek it's pleasures. The palate is perfectly balanced, good density, balanced, still present but refined and polished tannin, and a long and luxurious finish that lasts for many minutes.

Maybe the best Port of the trip...bought a few back here after I got back. So should you!
#grahams

Mar 5th, 2017
Tom Kobylarz

Excellent balance, starting to relent with age with deeper complexity, beautiful to smell and taste in the glass. Gives credence to my preference for age on a VP.

Excellent balance, starting to relent with age with deeper complexity, beautiful to smell and taste in the glass. Gives credence to my preference for age on a VP.

Nov 3rd, 2016
M. Ventre

split. Vintage Graham's just starting to show a little leg. Impressive power and balance that slowlllly opened up over the night .. Perfect level of sweet.. Really easy to keep drinking.. Until it's gone.

split. Vintage Graham's just starting to show a little leg. Impressive power and balance that slowlllly opened up over the night .. Perfect level of sweet.. Really easy to keep drinking.. Until it's gone.

Jan 25th, 2016
John Lenart

Still quite young. Give another 5-10 years.

Still quite young. Give another 5-10 years.

Aug 19th, 2015
Martin Bergo

Dark thick viscous; broad nose with dark red. and black fruits and some choklate and coffee notes; tight still unevolved but the potential for greatness is there - on the palate. Try again in 2020-2030.

Dark thick viscous; broad nose with dark red. and black fruits and some choklate and coffee notes; tight still unevolved but the potential for greatness is there - on the palate. Try again in 2020-2030.

Sep 23rd, 2014
Jan A
9.7

Just because it's 25 degrees outside doesn't mean that I cannot enjoy a good glass of port 🔥

Already starting to develop some amber colors and complexity but still has a well defined core of primary fruit. Killer nose of wet cardboard and autumn leaves. I'm now going to sink deep into this bottle 🍷😂 happy weekend everybody

Just because it's 25 degrees outside doesn't mean that I cannot enjoy a good glass of port 🔥

Already starting to develop some amber colors and complexity but still has a well defined core of primary fruit. Killer nose of wet cardboard and autumn leaves. I'm now going to sink deep into this bottle 🍷😂 happy weekend everybody

Jun 11th, 2021