1992 Graham's Malvedos Port

SKU #999441 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Typically sweet, plump, fleshy, and fat, the opaque purple-colored 1992 Malvedos Vintage Port reveals copious aromas of flowers, licorice, and black fruits, gorgeously-seductive, voluptuously-textured flavors, light tannin, and a long, alcoholic finish. It should drink well in 2-3 years and last for up to 20.  (2/1995)

91 points Wine Spectator

 Impressively rich and concentrated aromas of currants and fruit, with hints of earth. Big and thick on the palate, showing masses of fruit and tannins. Almost as good as the Graham '91. This one is built for long aging; try in 2000.  (6/1995)

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