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Graham’s Vintage Port 1970

Grahams Vintage Port 1970

Grahams Vintage Port 1970

Graham’s Vintage Port 1970 is in short, how red port should taste. Soft, smooth, while still dark, heavy. Incredibly smooth. Red taste of course, but definitely not the fresh berries that one might get from younger ports. A friend that really know port that also was at the opening of this bottle said this is one of the best ports I have ever had although I think 1963 was better. I have never tried 1963, but trust him. This is just incredibly good! Reference material. (+++)

2 comments to Graham’s Vintage Port 1970

  • Duncan Hart

    You like great Port too? That’s fabulous! Have you tried many white ports?

    • paf

      No, I have not tried many white ports. The reason for that is that most white port that are for sale in Sweden are sweet, and just like sherry, I want them dry.