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

Color: Intense ruby red.
Smell: The nose is rich and intense with notes of ripe red fruits, concentrated hints of violet, balsamic tones of mint and eucalyptus and spicy memories.
Taste: On the palate it shows a full-bodied structure, bold tannins and a very long finish in persistence concentrated on the fruit.
Food pairing: Perfect for chocolate, chocolate desserts, dry pastries, seasoned and blue cheeses.

Production: The grapes come from the vineyards of Quinta dos Malvedos near Tua, Quinta das Lages, Quinta da Vila and Quinta de Vale de Malhadas.
Millesimo: Vintage not very productive but muscular, powerful and suitable for aging. The cold and dry winter was followed by a humid spring and a moderately hot summer which ended in a glorious September.
Total acidity: 4.5 g/l.
Ph: 3.5.

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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