Six Grapes has a seductive, rich aroma of ripe plums, cherries and dark chocolate notes. On the palate it's complex, with an excellent structure and a long, lingering finish. Six Grapes is one of Graham's original Port blends--it is a very full-bodied, luscious wine drawn from the same vineyards as Graham's Vintage Ports. Blended from two or three years' harvests, the wine is an average of five to six years old when it is lightly filtered and bottled.
Serving and pairing suggestions
Six Grapes is bottled ready to drink after about five years of cask aging. It has a t-cap closure, which means that you don't need a corkscrew to open it and that it should stay fresh for up to two months if stored in a cool, dark place or the refrigerator. Serve it in a glass with at least a six ounce capacity so that you may appreciate the wine's aromas. Six Grapes pairs particularly well with dark chocolate, but is also fantastic on its own as a luscious dessert in a glass.
First time was at an Italian restaurant, now I keep in stock at all times.
Sweet flavorful and smooth with a big alcohol punch.
Light & Fruity
It was just OK, had nicer and had worse.
Cheese > Blue, Chocolate
This is the most flavorful beverage that I ever had. It’s fruity, spicy, flowery and earthy all at once—both in the taste and in the aroma. Very, very delicious! It also had the advantage of being still enjoyable after a month in the fridge; and of not having to be decanted.-- But here’s a caution for you wine drinkers that haven’t had fortified wine; the flavor is very intense and very sweet! Don’t expect port to be like wine; it should be slowly sipped and savored to be fully enjoyed.
I loved this wine. I was drinking Merlot with my dinner at least 2-3 times a week, but now that I got my hands on this wine, I cannot even think about Merlot. I will definitely buy some more.
I love sweeter wines, and this one is just about perfect. It is very sweet, but still flavorful. The fruitiness definitely stands out. I find it wonderful on it's own, although it goes well with sweet dishes. I will definitely buy another bottle or two.
This port has sweet, but not overpowering grape and berry tastes with a slight oak finish. It is has ruby red consistency but is not syrupy. Good for a later evening treat or a relaxing moment. Little tanin
very nice and light port.
Some people don't know what I good wine tastes like until they have a Porto. I love Merlot but Porto's have a special place in my heart. Graham's Six grapes reserve port is a good entry level to the world of Porto's. PS: Never buy a bottle that says "Port" NOT the same thing its a copy of the real thing. Buy where it says "Port-O" at the end. Trust me! ;)
This was very good, and of course it is a real Port as it is from Portugal.