The Archive: Graham’s
On this page I present a selection of old tasting notes on wines from Graham’s, a firm established by brothers William and John Graham in 1820, originally trading in textiles. That same year they accepted a payment of twenty-seven barrels of Port to settle a debt, and before long they were making the wine themselves.
These notes are from a number of different tastings I have attended over the years, as well as bottles tasted at home, and are generally quite dated. I include mostly tasting notes on declared vintages and the single quinta wine from Quinta dos Malvedos.
In recent years I have only tended to report on these wines in the context of anniversary tastings, such as my Fifteen, Twenty and Twenty-Five Years On reports, or as Weekend Wines, so look there for more recent notes. For other dusty old tasting notes, check out the rest of my Archive. (13/2/21)