Welcome to the re-launched Graham’s Port Blog. We have reviewed the site, considered your feedback, and made some changes we hope you will enjoy.
The site has been redesigned to facilitate your access to content and features, with improved navigation between posts and easier archive access. In the coming weeks we will be doing additional work behind the scenes to improve search and subject matter filtering.
You will notice on the sidebar that you can subscribe to an RSS feed, or choose to receive updates direct to your email address. (Please be assured your details will be kept confidential and not used for any other purpose.) You can also click to visit and connect with us on Facebook, where we will keep you up to date on events and tasting opportunities worldwide.
We have expanded the information on our reference pages about Terroir, the Wines and Winemaking. Our photo gallery (formerly on Flickr) has been moved into the site for easier reference, and we will be adding to it as we go. Watch those upper tabs, as we will be expanding the reference materials available here in the coming weeks.
Of course, the focus of the blog is the articles about our people, vineyards, wines, and the challenges and successes of creating the legendary Graham’s port wines. Whilst we will continue to feature articles written by the Symington family and Graham’s own wine maker and viticulturalist, we now have a dedicated writer who will be roving and reporting on all aspects of Graham’s – our history, the full range of our current activities (more goes into making Graham’s ports than just grapes) and our research and development for the future. Rest assured, we are already planning our strategy to provide comprehensive coverage of the 2010 harvest.
Finally, we have re-opened our Comments facility, and look forward to to hearing from you again.