A deep red with orange reflections and a very deep concentration. The nose is extremely vital and indicates an enormous complexity.
Lots of dry-fruits (mainly raisins and dates). In the mouth the Burmester Colheita 1944 starts surprisingly flat, but after some seconds it becomes more complex. Figs and raisings are dominating the taste.
A Long aftertaste makes this wine very good to drink now. 18
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