Collection: Graham's Port

Duoro Valley, Portugal

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Founded in 1820 by brothers William and John Graham, Graham’s was one of the first port houses to invest in its own vineyards. Today, they own five separate A-grade vineyards across different parts of the Duoro Valley and remain pioneers in innovative winemaking. Graham’s wines are known for their firm tannic structure, concentration and richness expressed through intense floral notes and berry fruit flavours.

While the company is no longer owned by the Graham family, it is run by a family with a long standing connection to Graham. The company was acquired in 1970 by Symington Family Estates and is now run by five cousins whose grandfather, Andrew James Symington actually sailed to Porto from Scotland in 1882 to work for the Graham family before setting out to found his own port business.