Established in 1820, W & J Graham is one of the most famous names in the Port trade and has long been synonymous with the greatest Vintage Ports. The Symington family acquired the company from the Graham family in 1970, so today Graham's remains a wholly family-owned firm.
Graham's, which is one of the most respected names in the Port trade, is also one of the most innovative and has firmly established itself as the world's leading luxury Port house through the development of its premium wines. A key part of this approach has been the development of its Aged Tawnies where Graham's has successfully transformed the way in which its wines are presented. The move to non-traditional, clear glass bottles that accentuate the amber hues of the wines has been instrumental in changing consumer perceptions, and Graham's have built on this success by introducing very rare Single Harvest wines in the same format. These developments have established Graham's as one of the true pioneers of the Port Trade, a position which was reaffirmed when they received the The World's Most Admired Port Brand' award from Drinks International in Vintage_2016 and Vintage_2017.
Blend Nº5 White
Graham's Port's head winemaker, Charles Symington, selected two premium Portuguese white grape varieties - the fresh Malvasia Fina and the aromatic Moscatel Gallego - to produce this new blend.
The grapes are hand-picked and cold fermented in small batches. Graham's Blend No.5 is bottled 3 months after the harvest to preserve maximum freshness and should be drunk young. The wine is medium dry, deliberately designed to mix well with tonic whilst also being an excellent standalone drink.
Due to Graham's Blend No5's micro production (less than 6000 bottles), and the popularity of premium port in the UKBlend No5 is only currently available to the UK market.