The Graham's 30 Years Old Tawny Porto has a light, orange-tinted amber color, magnificent perfumed nose with great class showing an array of dried fruits. Outstanding mature concentrated palate with full honeyed fruit, gorgeously mellowed. Simply delicious with an aftertaste that lasts and lasts. An excellent alternative to Vintage Port at less formal occasions. Will keep for some weeks after opening.
19/20 - Jancis Robinson
"Bottled in 2013 (well done, Syms, for including this sort of information on your back labels). Very posh packaging with wooden stopper cork and wooden lid on the high quality cylinder. Very pale tawny. Lustrous tiger colour. Looking at it, you wouldn't necessarily realise this had been a red wine in its youth. Delicate and beautifully balanced. to a hint of rancio but of great age and elegance. Masses of sweetness on the front palate. Tastes like fermented brandy butter. There is certainly something buttery about the texture. Great freshness and lift. So clean! No hint of decay. Considering its age and jewelly, hand-crafted quality, this is far from overpriced. Seems crazy that at 30 years old it is so much cheaper than most 2010 bordeaux crus classés. A really lovely wine. Thoroughly satisfying and not a all a knock-out drop."
95 Points, "Editors' Choice" - Wine Enthusiast
"Remarkably, this is able to show age and long cask aging, but the flavor is still here: figs and honey, balanced out with burnt caramel aged acidity and a rich (but not sweet) finish. Excellent, top quality aged tawny."
92 Points - Wine Spectator
"Rich and full-flavored, with chocolate, dark cherry and mocha notes full of fresh acidity. Cream, spice and hints of smoke grace the supple finish. Shows fine balance and elegance."