Six Grapes is one of Graham's original Port marques, deriving its name from the traditional cask brand which has always been used to denote the finest wines in the lodge selected from any particular harvest. Once wines are classified and earmarked for its classic Vintage Ports, Grahams makes a further selection of the richest young wines originating from its key upper Douro vineyards, subsequently blending them to produce Six Grapes. The six varieties used are: Touriga Nacional, Turiga Francesa, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Amarela and Tinto Cao. Six Grapes is bottled relatively young to conserve its fresh assertive style. It is not subjected to any fining or filtration to ensure that the wine retains its superb, delicious fruit concentration, closely resembling a young Vitage Port. However, Six Grapes is released for immediate enjoyment, not requiring extended cellaring or decanting.