Review: Graham’s Tawny Port 20 Years Old (2022)

Review: Graham’s Tawny Port 20 Years Old (2022)

Three years ago we took our first spin with Graham’s 20 year old tawny Port, and recently the winery sent us a fresh bottling to demonstrate what has (or hasn’t) changed. Turns out this Port has extreme consistency, offering a straightforward raisin character up front, touched with light notes of strawberry, moving to a strong cherry character over time. Sweet and sour throughout, it offers hints of anise, tea leaf, and finally cinnamon, all layered across the sweetly fruity core.

Comparing to my notes from 3 years ago, I can safely say that very little has been done to rock the boat with this expression.

B+ / $42 / 

Graham's Tawny Port 20 Years Old (2022)




Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content creation company.

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