The Graham's 1940 Single Harvest Port has been announced by the brand as a rare libation that seeks to pay homage to the three generations of master blenders who have been in charge of the wine for more than eight decades.
The extremely limited port was selected by the current master blender Charles Symington who selected two casks of the a 1940 tawny port that he deemed worthy of being bottled for the special release. The port is of a limited supply of port that was created by the brand during wartime and is sure to be coveted by libation enthusiasts and experts alike.
The Graham's 1940 Single Harvest Port was explained further by Charles Symington who said, "It’s not often we have the privilege of releasing a wine that is eight decades old and bears such unique historic significance. The 1940 Single Harvest really is remarkably refined and balanced, offering a reflection not only of the quality of the original wine, but the skilled care and attention it received from our forebears.”