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    Extra Dry White

    Graham’s Extra Dry White is fermented for a longer time to allow more of the fruit sugars to be reduced by the natural yeasts. It is a blend of traditional Portuguese white grapes varieties, namely the Malvasia Fine, which gives this wine its attractive crispness and young citrus fruit characteristics. 

    Located in the heart of the Upper Douro Valley, all of the vineyards enjoy the hot and dry microclimate and unique schist soil only found in this region. Together these two factors provide the perfect conditions for both the growth and optimum ripening of the grapes.

    Tasting Note

    Graham’s Extra Dry White is a dry fruity Port with floral aromas and a long crisp finish. It has a refreshingly zesty grapefruit character.

    Storage & Serving

    Graham's Extra Dry makes an excellent aperitif and can also be used in a number of cocktails, including the famous Port & Tonic. The flavours are particularly enhanced by the addition of a twist of lemon and fresh mint once poured over ice with 2/3 Tonic. It should be served chilled, between 6 and 10º Celsius.

     

      Fine White

      Graham’s Fine White is a sweeter blend than the Extra Dry. This is achieved by fermenting the grape must for a shorter time to preserve the natural sugars in the fruit, which give the wine its flavours of honey and nectar and its slightly richer amber hue.

      Made from only traditional white grapes from the Douro Valley such as Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato and Viosinho. During production this wine has no contact with the grape skins.

      Tasting Note

      Flavours of honey, almonds and sweet citrus with a lovely amber hue. A wonderful balance of freshness and delicacy.

      Storage & Serving

      Graham’s Fine White makes a delicious aperitif and can also be used in a number of cocktails, including the famous Port Tonic. The flavours are particularly enhanced by the addition of a twist of lemon or a mint leaf once poured over ice with 2/3 Tonic. It should be served chilled, between 6 and 10º Celsius, to enhance the crisp fruit flavours.

       

        Blend Nº5 White

        Graham’s Port’s head winemaker, Charles Symington, selected two premium Portuguese white grape varieties - the fresh Malvasia Fina and the aromatic Moscatel Gallego - to produce this new blend.
         
        The grapes are hand-picked and cold fermented in small batches. Graham’s Blend No.5 is bottled 3 months after the harvest to preserve maximum freshness and should be drunk young. The wine is medium dry, deliberately designed to mix well with tonic whilst also being an excellent standalone drink.
         
        Due to Graham’s Blend No5’s micro production (less than 6000 bottles), and the popularity of premium port in the UK, Blend No5 is only currently available to the UK market.
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