Description and Reviews:
This is a Colheita Port of exceptional quality and elegance. Burmester make their colheita ports from a single harvest. These "Vintage Tawny" ports are aged in small 550-litre oak barrels in the Vila Nova de Gaia Cellars. It is bottled at least seven years after aging.
Dark maple colour with an amber tinge. Notes of leather, cedar and crème brûlée revealed a sublime nose as this continued to evolve in glass. Rich and soft with a sexy elegance, the Burmester showed a sweet and full-bodied style which was better on the palate. By the time I reached the end of my glass, this ‘37 had fully assuaged any concerns I had initially. Caramelized sugar and zippy acid kept this all in synch, along with a prolonged aftertaste that had a slight bite. Drink it now through 2015. 92 points (Review on For the Love of Port tasted 2007)