Graham’s Blend No. 5 White Port

The first & only of its kind.

Produced by the Symington family, who have been making Port for 5 generations, over 137 years, the Blend No. 5 is Graham’s latest creation and is specially designed for mixing. Lighter, crisper & fresher compared to other White Ports, this artisan gem entered the world of Port like a Rockstar.


The unique and eye-catching design is the work of Antonio Soares, a Portuguese fashion illustrator. Those who fancy high fashion might have come across his illustrations on Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel. Maybe that’s why it’s No. 5…


Made from hand-picked Moscatel Galego & Malvasia Fina, Blend No. 5 undergo cold fermentation in small batches and bottled 3 months after the harvest to preserve maximum freshness and flavours. It’s medium dry, with evident notes of white grapes, lime, lemon, peaches, mint and a touch of honey. This multi-dimensional Port can be enjoyed in several ways, drinking straight is like having an intensely concentrated Moscato d’Asti. Mix with tonic water or other sodas and unleash flavours like never before.


With less than 6,000 bottles produced, only selected Graham’s stockists are allocated the Blend No. 5. Lucky for you, Vini Vino is one of them. Celebrate this Christmas with Graham's Blend No. 5 now!

Giusti Wine - The Pheonix of Nerves

The Giusti family's wine history started way back to the 1600s. It was only in 2004 that Ermenegildo Giusti, Noble of Conegildo, decided to leave Canada and trace his family roots back in Treviso.

Ermenegildo was no stranger to wines. His father, Augusto Giusti, produced and had a living passion for wines, while his wife's family owned the Dal Col vineyard since 1945. With just 2 hectares of land, Società Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl. Giusti Wine was born. In less than 20 years, Giusti now has over 100 hectares, across 10 different estates.

The strong desire to retrace his heritage has lead the Giusti to carry out extensive restoration work in Nervesa. The Abbey of Sant'Eustacio, which was destroyed during the First and Second World War is now a tasting hall and museum. The former ice house, which was converted to the winery's cellar, was discovered by chance within the Maria Vittoria estate. It was in fact a bunker during the First World War.

Rising from the ruins of wars, surrounded by rich cultural heritage and excellent soil, Giusti is set to bring the wines of Veneto to new heights.

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