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    Graham's Stone Terraces Vintage Port 2011
    Port - Portugal

    Ratings

    • RP98
    • WE97
    Price: $199.00
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    Wine.com Quick Facts

    Professional Ratings: 98 The Wine Advocate, 97 Wine Spectator, 97 Wine Enthusiast, 96 Wine & Spirits

    Region: Portugal

    Varietal: Port

    Other Info: Collectible Wines

    Item no. 127413

    Winemaker's Notes:

    Intense tannic structure and color of purple-black intensity. Fresh scented aromas of violets and mint. there is a complex palate of weighty and spicy tannins and combined with blackberry and blackcurrant fruit.

    Critical Acclaim:

    The inaugural The Stone Terraces comes from two 18th century schist stone terraces in Quinta dos Malvedos, one 1.6 hectares and the other 0.6 hectares, whose exposure and soil have made them stand out over the years. Finally, in 2011 they were picked together and fermented in one lagar that yielded just four pipes. It has startling clarity and minerality on the nose, one of those young Ports where the spirit is so pure that it is difficult to distinguish from an unfortified wine! The palate is silky smooth and slightly honeyed on the entry, leading to a very harmonious, svelte, sensual Vintage Port with copious pure blackberry, cassis and mineral notes that build wonderfully towards the finish.

    Range: 96-98 Points

    98 Points
    The Wine Advocate

    A very aromatic wine, with violet perfumes, this is attractive and obviously ageworthy. The wine has the richness and tannic structure necessary, while showing an open, accessible character. The acidity shows strongly at the end. Produced from old vineyards at Graham’s Quinta dos Malvedos, it has magnificent long-term potential.

    97 Points
    Wine Enthusiast

    It has the sweet fruit dimensions of a classic Graham's vintage, carrying a vast store of tannins as if they were the honey of crushed rock. Its tangy wild fruit character lights up the finish, offering a taste of blueberry, fruitcake and spice even as the wine maintains black, impenetrable depths.

    96 Points
    Wine & Spirits
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