Symington’s family Port wine estates


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Graham’s Porto Wine matures in the oak casks at the Graham’s Wine Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, (...)
Graham’s Porto Wine matures in the oak casks at the Graham’s Wine Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006. In 1882 Andrew James Symington, a young Scot whose family was well known to the Grahams, took up a position with Graham\'
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Description Graham’s Porto Wine matures in the oak casks at the Graham’s Wine Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006. In 1882 Andrew James Symington, a young Scot whose family was well known to the Grahams, took up a position with Graham's in Oporto. Although after a few years he left the company to join another Port shipping business, the firm of W & J Graham was acquired by the Symington family, his descendants, in 1970. The Symington Family is nowadays the major Porto Wine producer, having a 28% share of the annual 400 million Euros Porto Wine businesses.
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