Blackberries, licorice, and melted asphalt stand out in this full-bodied, beautifully made vintage port's moderately intense bouquet. It is not one of the great Graham's ports, and is less sweet than normal, but it is full-bodied, rich, concentrated, and impressive. Anticipated maturity: 2004-2025.
|Score: 93||Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (126), January 2000|
|Score: 90||James Suckling, Wine Spectator|
Deep crimson. Thick, sweet and concentrated. Round and full and unctuous. Lots of macerated prunes and confidence. Lively and dense with real richness but a correct structure. Some floral notes and some dry tannins on the finish. Not quite married but a definite tea flavour. Dry finish. Drink 2011-2023. Date tasted 13th Oct 04.
|Score: 17.5||Jancis Robinson MW, JancisRobinson.com, August 2005|
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