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For The Love of Port

Vinous

RJonWine.com

  • By Richard Jennings
    4/25/2014, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 88 points

    (NV Graham Porto Six Grapes Reserve) Very dark ruby color; VA, appealing, aromatic, dried clove, baked berry, baked cherry, caramel, black cherry nose; tasty, luscious, baked cherry, black cherry, black cherry syrup palate; long finish (19.5% alcohol)
  • By Richard Jennings
    3/27/2010, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 87 points

    (NV Graham Porto Six Grapes Reserve) Dark garnet red color; plum, berry cobbler nose; simple berry, oak palate with heat; medium-plus finish

Sommelier Journal

  • By Roy Hersh
    June 2008, (See more on Sommelier Journal...)

    (NV Graham Porto Six Grapes Reserve) The reputation of Six Grapes is derived from Graham’s positioning of it as the producer’s most prestigious brand after its Vintage Ports. Because most Port houses tend to place greater emphasis on their LBV bottlings than their Reserve Rubies, the lots selected for Six Grapes are of a higher caliber than for the majority of its rivals. Deep purple and fully opaque. Violets, mocha, and pure grape essence emerge on the nose. It’s a powerful, chewy, dense, well-structured Port, crammed with ripe plum and super-sweet, brambly boysenberry fruit and a gentle touch of chocolate on the finish. A personal favorite of mine within this category, it’s not only delicious, but immediately approachable and a superb value.
    Fit to Be Fortified

Winedoctor

  • By Chris Kissack
    November 2003, (See more on Winedoctor...) 16 points

    (NV Graham's 'Six Grapes' Port) Current release. Purchased Autumn 2000. A good, deep, glossy hue. A powerful and impressive nose, which is packed with toasty black fruits with a brief waft of spirity alcohol. Full of texture and character on the palate, with ripe tannins, balanced power, and well integrated alcohol. In recent years this has always been one of my favourite ruby style Ports.
  • By Chris Kissack
    September 2000, (See more on Winedoctor...) 16 points

    (NV Graham's 'Six Grapes' Port) Current release. Deep red-black colour. Toasty black fruit nose, leading to a rich black fruit palate with savoury, slightly bitter undertones. Plenty of alcohol and good acidity, keeping it fresh. Spirity finish with good length. Attractive wine.

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