Winemaking:Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage, like Vintage Port, is a single-year wine, however, it is not a “declared” Vintage Port. While the Vintage Port spends only two years in barrels and then matures in the bottle, the LBV is aged in barrels and then bottled between four and six years of age. This aging of the wood encourages the development of wine and, thus, at the time of bottling, it completes its maturation and is ready to drink, without the need for decanting.
Grahams Late Bottled Vintage Porto 2017 750ml
Winemaking:Graham's Late Bottled Vintage, like Vintage Port, is a single-year wine, however, it is not a "declared" Vint...Read More
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