(1991 Vintage) While keeping in mind that Graham's aims for a sweeter-styled port, there is no doubting the opaque purple/black color, or the explosive nose of black fruits, licorice, spring flowers, and tar. Thick and full-bodied, with a satiny texture and a blockbuster, alcoholic finish, this is a top-notch vintage port.
Robert Parker(2007 Vintage) Rating: 97/100 - As reviewed by Robert Parker on 02/01/2010
Wine Advocate(1977 Vintage) Rating: 95/100 - As reviewed by The Wine Advocate
Wine & Spirits(1970 Vintage) Violets, roses, spices, and candied dark fruits emanate from the glass of the murky black/purple colored 2003 Graham Vintage Port. After four days of air, this winersquo;s aromatics sweetened further, displaying jammy blackberry and blueberry scents. Bold, full-bodied, and expansive, the Graham benefited the most from extensive contact with air of all the 2003s tasted for this report. This opulently jammy wine assaults the palate with powerful yet soft layers of oily, candied red fruits as well as notes of tar and hints of mocha. A highly concentrated effort, it is creamy textured, suave, read more...and reveals an admirably long finish filled with additional layers of dark fruits intermingled with spices. Projected maturity: 2030ndash;2055. (hide)