Symington’s family Port wine estates


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A Graham’s ancient vineyard production log book sit on a desk next to very old Porto Wine bottles (...)
A Graham’s ancient vineyard production log book sit on a desk next to very old Porto Wine bottles at the Graham’s 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
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Description A Graham’s ancient vineyard production log book sit on a desk next to very old Porto Wine bottles at the Graham’s 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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