Graham's Quinta Dos Malvedos Vintage Port 2001, Dop (375ml)

Port Port
Douro, Portugal

$25.95 (236836)

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October 01, 2011

Critic Reviews (2)

Marc Chapleau
Marc Chapleau

Vintage quite a point (in my opinion at least), with a silky texture and flavors reminiscent of black cherry and...

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Julian Hitner
Julian Hitner

Typically produced in years not deemed good enough to release fully-fledged vintage port, single-quinta bottlings...

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Andrew Hunter
Andrew Hunter

Very dense, very thick port. Just beginning to mature, the bottle had a fair bit of loose sediment. Carefully decant. Concentrated flavours of raisin, stewed plum, prunes, christmas spice, warm alcohol. This will last for a long time. A very good port at a fair-ish price. Though personally, at $52 for 2 half bottles, I'd rather spend the extra $16 and get a Fladgate 20 year old tawny which is just about one of my favorite things to drink.

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Paul Forget
Paul Forget

I thoroughly enjoyed the sensuous and warm aromatics of this port with flavours of dark plums, currants, raisins, dates, fruitcake and baking spices. On the mouthfeel, full bodied with the 20% alc. It is well balanced by fresh acidity, well integrated tannins and complex flavours. This Port has great energy on the finish with fruitcake, spiced dark plums and raisin flavours followed with some alcoholic heat. This is my kind of Port, awesome stuff

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