One of top port wine maker,『GRAHAM’S』 1882 Ne Oublie Special Offer
One of top port wine maker,『GRAHAM’S』
Graham’s were settled by William & John Graham in 1820. Andrew James Symington joined the company in 1882 and developed its business. The Symington family succeeded to Graham’s business officielly in 1970 and their descendents, James Symington run its business with his family.
Prestigeous rare port wine named,『Ne Oublie « do not forget » 』
Symington family kept three barrels of special 1882 vintage port and they opened one of those in 2014. They made 656 bottles only. 1882 was special vintage for them and as homage to Graham family, they named those wines their motto « Ne oublie ».
Beautiful and unique presentation
Wines are in special package this time. Ne Oublie has been bottled in an individually numbered, hand-made crystal decanter designed by Portugal’s leading glass manufacturer Atlantis. Three sterling silver bands, moulded engraved by Scottish silversmiths Hayward & Stott adorn the glass. The decanter is presented in a bespoke presentation box handcrafted with the finest leathers by the quintessentially British brand, Smythson of Bond Street.
Outstanding and brilliant quality after 130 years.
James Suckling 100 points: “Loads of dried fruit with apricot and Brazilian limes. Full body and very sweet. Bright acidity. The density and purity of this port is astonishing. Honey, caramel and dried fruits. Gets fresher and fresher on the palate. Goes on for minutes. Leaves me speechless.” July 2014
Financial Times – John Stimpfig: “This virtually immortal 1882 has such enormous color, depth, viscous concentration and intensity of flavor that it really has to be tasted to be believed.”
Rare old vinrage port is watched by all over the world with interest.
1.5L Lalique bottle 1863 vintage port wine were sold at highest price ever at the auction held in Hong Kong on 3rd of November and which was authorized as the world record by the Guinness Book. There were big demand and the bottle were sold for HK$ 992,000 (£98,000), which was triple of expected price. There are quite few old vintage port. There are only Taylor’s 1855 and 1865, and Graham’s 1982. Many auction fans are interested in rare port wines now.
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Graham’s Port NO OUBLIE Towny Port 1882
－750ml × 1 bottle （ In leather case）
－Red sweet (Fortified wine) / Made in Portugal
－Service tempereture : 16-18 degree
Wines can be kept for six to nine months since we keep them with crystal cap.
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