The Six Grapes symbol originated in the nineteenth century as the code that Graham’s used to identify the barrels containing the very best wines made at each harvest, symbols used to classify wines on a scale of one to six. These wines were chosen for their outstanding quality and usually bottled as Vintage Port.
Six Grapes Port, Graham’s
It closely resembles a young Graham’s Vintage Port in style: dark red colour with fragrant blackberry and fresh aromas of cassis and liquorice. Full-bodied with a good structure and rich black fruit on the palate.