Graham's 1952 Single Harvest Tawny Port

We are very pleased to offer a special limited edition bottling of Graham's 1952 Single Harvest Tawny Port. Released in 2012, it was bottled to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. We have managed to secure a small parcel of this and we thought it would be a fantastic addition to your Christmas drinking or for a special present.  

Tawny Ports are normally a blend of an average age (i.e. 10 Year Old, 20 Year Old, etc) so it is rare to see a single vintage tawny and even rarer to see one which has been aged for 60 years before bottling. 

Jancis Robinson MW tried it on release and wrote the following: 'I absolutely love this style of port, a long aged colheita (the sort of thing that houses like Niepoort have specialised in), when it's good and this one is very, very good.'

Please find the offer below:

Graham's 1952 Single Harvest Tawny Port - £295 per bottle inc. duty & VAT
To Commemorate the Diamond Jubliee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

'Walnuts, dried citrus peel, prunes, an edge of parmesan. With such a long time spent in cask (six in all, if I understood correctly), it is of course pale tawny with pale greenish rim and is rancio-issimo, but it is incredibly heady and rich without any sort of meagre skinniness.' Jancis Robinson MW, May 2012

The bottles will be available for delivery in 3-4 weeks. Please note delivery charges will apply.

E&OE October 2015.
 
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