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Reviewed yesterday

We found Grahams difficult to find - our GPS kept trying to take us the wrong way up narrow, steep streets. Once we found it, the tour was fabulous

You can (you must) book online for a particular time slot. They start you with a film, the tour the cellars, then end up in the tasting room

When you arrive they ask you which tasting you want, and it is waiting for you at the end of the tour. We chose the basic Tawny tasting and the Expensive Tawny tasting, which took us from really young tawnies to really old tawnies, and is an excellent way to get an idea of the breadth of tawny ports. I would have liked to return and done the same with Ruby ports.

The place is clearly a tourist processing mill, but their product, both the tour and the tasting, is well presented and you do not obviously feel you are being processed

I was impressed and could recommend Grahams to anyone

Thank moraira
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I joined the port tasting with Graham and I thought it was good and professional (and the wine is of good quality). The only thing you need to be mindful is they are located just about the furthest possible from the bridge. If you walk from Porto (for example, the Cathedral), you need to climb down to the riverfront and walk all the way to the other end of the area and hike up again about half way. It probably takes a good 20 minutes of walk and hike from the bridge. Just be prepared.

Thank MontfortOaks
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Graham’s is located farther away from the bridge than most of the port wine lodges in Gaia and will require a taxi ride but it’s well worth the time and expense. Treat yourself to the 20€ tawny or ruby tasting, not the cheaper options. After we had tried all the ports included in our selection, the server brought a sample of the next higher quality— for example, a 30-year port to follow the 20-year sample— and we each thought our 20€ investment in port tasting had definitely paid off.

Thank leptoglossus
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Fantastic port wine tour of one of the very oldest port houses in Porto. Sophisticated and modern port house which mIntains warmth and friendliness and offers huge history and port wine information. Plus - their port is great!

Thank JenMJ
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The fact that you need to pre-book allows a great organization of the tours by language and limited number of guests. Great and professional presentation and all questions classified.
Beautiful wine tasting experience in the Vintage room. The restaurant is also very selective and beautiful view and decoration.

Thank caty_aroundtheworld
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We had an excellent tour with an excellent tour guide. I loved the tasting. The 2000 vintage was an excellent year and that is exactly what we tasted. Fun tour. Great iconic winery. Lot of fun.

Thank Lynn N
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Reviewed 1 week ago

An interesting and a must to visit when in Porto. It gives you a better understanding of what goes on for wine making and how ageing works. You also get to taste the wines. Offered in different languages and suggest to book prior to visiting.

Thank Noel B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Seven of us visited the Lodge for dinner and had the most amazing experience. From the moment we entered to when we left many hours later if was a wonderful evening. Watching the waiter Saber the cork off our champagne bottle was great fun and we all found the staff genuinely nice and friendly. Would recommend for the food and the views. Book the restaurant if you want the views otherwise you can eat in the cafe which is equally nice but without the views. We had dinner one evening and went back the next day for the tasting tour and had a lovely lunch in the cafe. The tour is also worth doing. Thank you to Graham's for making our weekend break.

1  Thank Anne G
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A superb Port tour in a beautiful lodge with great views across the Douro to Porto.
Definitely arrive a bit early to have a look in the small museum that contains some interesting pieces of history and correspondence with famous people.
The tour itself is really informative with a generous tasting at the end.
I thoroughly recommend treating yourself to lunch at Vinum afterwards but you’ll need to book!

Thank Martin W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The tour, which must be prebooked, includes a history of the development of the port trade, the reason the grapes are grown in different areas and the wine blended, as well as a visit to the cellars where it matures. Finally, there's the tasting of three different ports.

Thank 380Roger
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