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Burmester LBV Port 2011 reveals delicate fruits and varied aromas, with tropical fruits, berries, blueberries fully ripe, aromas of cocoa, chocolate and a slightly toasted wood. His structure is dense with a slight spirit touch wrapped by notes of ripe dark berries.
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Burmester LBV Port is a wine of a single year, however, is not a declared "Vintage." Whereas Vintage Port spends only two years in barrels and then matures in bottle, the LBV is aged in barrels and then bottled between the fourth and sixth year. This wood-ageing encourages the development of wine and, at the time of bottling, it's matured and is ready to drink without decantation.
Burmester LBV Port 2011 has a dark purple colour. It is very rich with plenty of fruit flavours spiced with cinnamon. It has firm tannins with a dry structure. Black plum skins dominate.
Store and Serve Advice:
Store the bottle horizontally in a dark place with constant temperature, ideally between 12ºC and 15ºC.
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