This white Porto wine, Graham’s Extra Dry, has a pale yellow colour, dry, fruity, and with floral hints on the nose, and a long crisp finish
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Its style is particularly dry since most of its sugar has been fermented before added the grape's spirit that has fortified the wine. A limited number of white grape varieties were used in this Port’s production, foremost amongst which is Malvasia Fina, which gives this wine its attractive fruity and crisp flavour. Makes an excellent aperitif when served chilled or as a long drink with tonic water and a slice of lemon.
Códega, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, Viosinho
Graham’s Extra Dry has a pale yellow colour, dry, fruity, and with floral hints on the nose, and a long crisp finish
Store and Serve Advice:
Store the bottle horizontally in a dark place with constant temperature, ideally between 12ºC and 15ºC.
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