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The Stone Terraces

The Stone Terraces - W. & J. Graham & C:a

Owner Symington family

The Stone Terraces Vineyard at Malvedos comprises three parcels in a narrow curving valley, one facing north known as Cardenhos and the other two known as Port Arthur, one facing east and the other west.

It is now, since 1998, a single quinta port but has in the past been a blended vintage port.

Graham's The Stone Terraces Vintages:2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2021

Vintage Port tasting notes:

HouseThe Stone Terraces
Graham
Vintage2015
ColourBlack in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetMulberry, blue berry, blackberry and a lot of fruit in the nose.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature with lots of tannin and quite hard to swallow. Mulberry, dark berry, blackberry and blue berry in taste. Long, complex and very tannic finish. Will be lovely to follow through the years.
Last tasted3rd March 2018Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentAt the Port Wine Fair in Roskilde, Denmark

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseThe Stone Terraces
Graham
Vintage2016
ColourBlack in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetMulberry, blue berry, blackberry and a lot of fruit in the nose.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature with lots of tannin. Balanced and very complex and intensive. Lots of tastes such as dark berry, mulberry, blackberry and so on. Long, complex and very tannic finish. Will be lovely to follow through the years. So far the best 2016 tasted!
Last tasted30th November 2018Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentAt the Port Wine Festival in Leverkusen, Germany.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseThe Stone Terraces
Graham
Vintage2017
ColourAlmost black in colour.Number of tastings2
BouquetLoaded with fruit and mature black berries such as mulberries, black berries but also cacao, dark chocolate and some spiciness.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature with lots of delicate tannins for a long life. Balanced and very complex with lovely backbone. Intensive taste with dark berry, mulberry, blackberry and so on. Long, seductive and very tannic finish. Will be lovely to follow through the years with a long future.
Last tasted29th November 2019Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentAt the Port Wine Festival in Leverkusen, Germany.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersSAI, JB, SS
HouseThe Stone Terraces
Graham
Vintage2021
ColourAlmost black in colour.Number of tastings1
BouquetLoaded with dark fruit and dark berried such as mulberries, black berries, dark cherries but also roasted coffee beans in the nose.
TasteFull-bodied. Immature with lots of delicate and concentrated tannins. Will of course be better but is balanced and complex already now. Lots of different dark berries in taste with an elegant and very seductive and attractive finish. Will be lovely to taste soon again.
Last tasted24th November 2023Rating this dateVery Impressive
CommentTasted at the Portweinmesse in Leverkusen, Germany.

Port so young we evaluate only as : Good – Very good- Impressive – Very Impressive
TastersJB

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