Graham's Fine Ruby75cl Volume
Graham's Fine Ruby
Description of Graham's Fine Ruby
Graham's Fine Ruby (Port)
- View: ruby red.
- Nose: Aromas of ripe red fruit and black.
- Mouth: dominate juicy aromas of black cherries, flavors, especially blackberry and raspberry red berries. Excellent balance and an intense finish.
VINEYARD: Graham. The story of two families of three centuries. W & J Graham is nearly two hundred years an independent family, which is known for producing the best wines of Oporto ago. The company Graham has always been a pioneer. Graham was one of the first port wine company, invested in its own vineyards in the Douro Valley Portugal 1890th Today, Graham's pioneering innovations in processing techniques of wine. Symington five cousins are jointly responsible for all aspects of the company and provide personally Graham wine behind. They also have worried for generations with the port and the Douro, whose origins date back to the middle of the 17th century.
GRAPES: Old Vines.
AGEING: The Fine Ruby is bottled young, it is having been aged in oak barrels for about two years.
PREPARATION: This port is bottled in bottles young, to retain fruit firmness, the hallmark of Graham. Port wine is produced by fermentation of grape must (or juice) is intentionally interrupted by the addition of a grape must of course called Aguardente, reference is usually made as "brandy". Therefore, a large part of the natural grape sugar remains, which port its characteristic sweetness and richness obtained.
PAIRING: Cheese and chocolate desserts.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 12-16 ° C
Graham’s has always been a pioneer. Graham's was one of the first Port companies to invest in its own vineyards in Portugal’s Douro Valley in 1890 and is now at the cutting edge of innovation in winemaking techniques. Today, five Symington cousins share responsibility for every aspect of the company and personally make the Graham’s wines. They too have been involved with Port and the Douro for many generations, with ancestry dating back to the mid-17th century.More about the Winery