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Vines Tinta Roriz ( %), Tinto Cao ( %), Touriga Franca ( %), Touriga Nacional ( %)

Color: Intense and deep amber yellow.
Smell: The nose is multilayer, rich and intense, reveals delicate and elegant hints of citrus, honeysuckle, black tea and fennel.
Taste: On the palate it is silky smooth showing aromas of almonds and walnuts, fruit cake and a soft candy in the background with a slight hint of mint. The finish is very long and velvety with a persistent and exquisite aftertaste.
Food pairing: Perfect for chocolate, chocolate desserts, dry pastries, seasoned cheeses and important blue cheeses.

Vintage: This exceptional old Tawny Port brings together the best crafts of Graham's long winemaking tradition. It was built in one of the most famous years of the 20th century for the port: 1963. In this vintage, Graham produced both an exceptional vintage Porto (aged in the bottle) and Tawny Port (aged in oak barrels). This 1963 Single Harvest Old Tawny Port has been aged in seasoned oak barrels (casks) for just over half a century and embodies Graham's hallmark of complexity, elegance and balance.
Production area: The wine was made from grapes grown in the main vineyard of the Douro valley in northern Portugal: Quinta dos Malvedos.
After his first winter at the property, the wine was brought to the Graham winery, or "lodge", which is located just 2 kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean in Vila Nova de Gaia, just opposite the city of Porto, which gave Porto its name. The moderating influence, which derives from the proximity to the sea, creates the ideal conditions for long-term aging, creating wonderfully balanced wines of great refinement.
Aging: The wine is aged in oak barrels (called "pipes"), which are themselves very old - "seasoned wood" - so that the character of the wood is imparted simultaneously to the wine. The result is a wine of extraordinary complexity and depth.
Total acidity: 5.2 g/l.
Ph: 4.5.

Graham's Port

Founded in 1820 by the Scottish brothers William and John Graham, this house has established itself since the 19th century as a producer of one of the best Vintage Port on the market, thanks above all to the quality of its grapes, coming from the most precious areas of Portugal. In 1970 the Graham brothers decided to sell their exclusive assets to the Symington family (producers and traders of Porto for more than four generations). Graham's was one of the first port companies to invest in its vineyards in the Douro Valley in 1890 and is today at the forefront of innovation in winemaking techniques.

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