Six Grapes is named after the symbol traditionally used to mark barrels containing the highest quality wine from Graham’s Douro Valley quintas. More than a century ago, the motif first appeared on a bottle and since then it has become one of the most iconic brands in the Port trade.


Sourced from Graham’s five mountain vineyards, Six Grapes is produced using the same vineyard parcels and winemaking techniques (such as fermentation in single variety batches, and treading in modern lagares) as Graham’s Vintage Port, and is selected from among the wines deemed to be potential candidates for bottling as Graham’s most prestigious wine.

Known for its remarkable quality, finesse and elegance, it is full-bodied, with rich black fruit on the palate, and fragrant blackberry aromas. Bottled young in order to retain its freshness and characteristic opulence, Six Grapes is typically aged for between one and two years in seasoned wooden casks.


Ready to drink without the need for further decanting, Graham’s Six Grapes is perfect on its own or as an accompaniment to desserts, cheese, or a simple piece of dark chocolate.
Six Grapes can be left open for several weeks and is best served slightly cool, between 12 and 16º Celsius.


Lots of sweet dark plum and sweet cherry flavors dominate, with plenty of milk chocolate. Clean and balanced on the straightforward finish.
-Kim Marcus, Wine Spectator

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