Product DescriptionDecanter Magazine Review
A step up on the tawny ladder, reflected by the paler tawny color and copperish tones on the rim; a touch singed on the nose with roasted coffee and an undertone of creme brulee on the nose and palate (queimada in Portuguese). Concentrated butterscotch sweetness, a touch honeyed but not cloying as the acidity cuts in and offsets this, leading to a long, beautifully poised finish. Drinking Window 2021-2024. (15 Nov 2021)
Wine Tasting Notes
GRAHAM'S 30 Years Old Tawny has a color of light, orange-tinted amber. Magnificent nose, showing an array of dried fruits. The palate is Mature and concentrated, with full, honeyed fruit. Gorgeously mellow, with a remarkable, long finish.