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  • Full in colour with a richness and big depth of fruit. The tannins are softening, to be sure, but there is still lots of body and power that will allow it to improve for many years.
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    Robert Parker describes this Graham's port as "the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports" he goes on to say that it is "a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length." This is indeed an exceptional vintage and it is drinking incredibly well now.
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    A fabulous year for vintage Ports and Graham 1983 is a perfect example of this quality. Rich and powerful showing all of Grahams. Drink over the next 10-12 years.
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    Rich, penetrating aromas of currant, fig and violet melt into the full bodied palate, which still has a firm structure despite its age. Rich and beautifully balanced, this port is a delight to drink now but still also has a long life ahead of it.
  • Shipped by Palmers in barrel and bottles here at the brewery, Martinez 1955 had not seen the light of day for over 60 years until we decided to release some from our bond. Martinez 1955 is a classic, drinking perfectly and will drink over the next 5 years or so.Please note that the Martinez 1955 vintage port has no label.
  • The 1955 vintage has been called one of the most underated vintages of the century and Cockburns 1955 vintage Port is an absolute classic, at it's peak for drinking. Our rarest and oldest vintage Port that has been stored in our own bond until it's reached it's optimum point for drinking and will drink well over the next five or so years.