Drunk at the Graham's Lodge at the end of a tour of the new visitors centre. Ex-cellars.
Dense and opaque with the colour just starting to show some bricking. Youthful nose with lots of fresh and slightly sour fruit. Lovely sweet fruit on entry showing a great core of acidity and an underlying cocoa tannin with an unusual hint of raisins. Lots of tannins on the late palate. A big aftertaste which is chewy and slightly green. This is a port which is very big, very youthful and slightly rustic. One to leave for another 10 years. 88/100. 20-Jun-17.
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