Founded in 1820 by William and John Graham in the Douro Valley of Portugal, nearly two centuries ago, Graham’s has cultivated its reputation as one of the greatest names in Port wine. The quality of Graham’s Port is rooted in the finest grapes, primarily sourced from five iconic estates in the Douro Valley.
Graham’s Fine Tawny Port is lighter in color and texture compared to Ruby, and it’s also slightly drier. The young wine matures in seasoned oak casks for an average of three years, allowing the wine to come into contact with the oxygen that freely permeates the wood of the barrels. This means that it retains some of the rich and fruity style of a young port, but Fine Tawny also begins to develop the lingering flavors of nuts and caramel characteristic of an aged Tawny Port.