Graham's Fine Tawny75cl
Graham's Fine Tawny
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Port Graham's Tawny is based on the finest grapes from the five iconic Quintas in the heart of the Upper Douro valley from W & J. Graham's in Portugal: Quinta dos Malvedos, Quinta do Tua, Quinta das Lages, Quinta da Vila Velha and Quinta do Vale de Malhadas. This port wine is a more lightly textured and drier sip than the Ruby edition. Its fine balance of fruitiness and nuttiness make this Port Graham's Tawny a great companion for any occasion.
Description of Graham's Fine Tawny
Graham's Fine Tawny (Tempranillo, Tinta Amarela, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Francesa, Touriga Nacional, Port and Tinta Çao)
- View: ruby red color with blue trim.
- Nose: orange peel and honeysuckle, with fruity notes of dried fruit and well balanced.
- Mouth: The palate has a light texture with flavors of red cherry, resin and leather; It is elegant and persistent.
VINEYARD: Bodegas Graham's was founded in 1820 in Portugal by two families of Scottish origin: Graham and Symington. They have their own vineyards are located in the Douro Valley in steep hills with soils shale and with dry and warm climatic characteristics that allow them to plant multiple varieties such as Touriga Nacional, almost extinct cao ink, AMARELA or Touriga Francesa.
GRAPES: Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional, Touriga franca, Alicante Bouschet and Tinta Amarela.
AGEING: Matured for 3 years in oak barrels.
PREPARATION: Start with picking the best grapes of the Douro quintas; is a mixture of different vintages wine where the fermentation is stopped by adding to the wort wine brandy, which kills yeast fermentation at the desired moment, and raises its volume of alcohol. It is then matured in seasoned oak vats for an average of three years, allowing contact with oxygen which uniquely impregnated wood barrels.
PAIRING: Veal, blue cheese, nuts and creamy desserts.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 12-14 ° C
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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