Estimated cost of this Graham’s Vintage Port 1995 bottle of 750 ml is 47 Euro. Learn more about the house of Graham’s here Visiting Graham’s in Porto.
Taste notes right after decanting
Minimum sediment with a cork completely soaked and destroyed.
Deep dark red like blood.
Dark and tar like aroma with alcohol dominating a light, but sweet, dried fruits scent.
Soft body with everything you can imagine from a harbor, tar, robes, planks, barrels, its it just dark and mysterious. Good tannin balance already. Long, sweet and powerful dried fruits in the after taste, lasts a good while.
Intermediate rating 89 /100
2 hours after decanting
No changes in colour, remains dark and bloody.
Aroma as was it smelled directly from the oak casket, dark and lustrous.
Balanced taste with a good complex play between the dried fruits and mild tannin.
Wine was poured back in the bottle to slow the process of decanting.
Overall rating 92 / 100