View the details and tasting notes for these other wines also declared or bottled from the year 1966:
Alcohol by volume v/v (20º C): 21%
Total Acidity g/l tartaric acid: 4,35
Very good youthful colour, still dark garnet and only just beginning to brown on the rim; dense, solid, foursquare aromas, fine, rich and scented with lots more to give; similarly dense and rich on the palate, remarkably youthful, wonderful multi-dimensional bitter chocolate fruit, solid backbone, lovely structure and ripe tannins. Goes on and on in the mouth. UK bottled.
Score: 5 Stars
With a very attractive pale red rim surrounding a deep crimson centre. Super classic Graham nose of mature red fruits, with hints of mint and eucalyptus. On the palate, smooth and complex, with fine tannins and a very long finish.
Soft, mature plums and roses nose. Soft and mellow on the palate. Meatiness, with a touch of spirit at the end. Lingering red cherries in liqueur.
[Nov 2000] in magnums, a lovely soft ruby colour. Classic nose, liquorice, touch of tar. Leaner than expected but lovely. Most recently  some colourless but superb bouquet, flavour and texture. Now - 2030.
Score: 5 stars
Full, vigorous, rich and classy on the palate. Not too sweeet. This is a big concentrated, very fine example. Bags of life ahead of it.
The attractive nose is showing good fruit and an aroma of peppermints. On the palate, there is excellent structure to what is a classic vintage port.
Score: Gold Medal Winner, 1994
Elegant, silky and youthful, this is a sexy wine. Medium ruby-red, showing aromas of plums, chocolate and ripe fruit. The palate follows through with a bounty of sweet plum flavours and a fleshy mouth-feel. It should continue to improve with age.
The 1966, which I originally thought quite mediocre, has developed beautifully in the bottle and is a much finer vintage port than I suspected. It should be drunk now as it is not likely to get any better.
To learn more about Graham's here on The Vintage Port Site, read a concise Profile of the Graham's Brand, and detailed viticultural profiles of four of the key Graham's properties: Quinta dos Malvedos, Quinta do Tua, Quinta das Lages and Quinta da Vila Velha. If you would like to learn even more about Graham's history and the full range of Ports styles offered, visit the Graham's website. Finally, if you will be in Porto, be sure to visit us at the Graham's Lodge across the river in Vila Nova de Gaia for a tour and tasting.