Burmester Colheita 1937


The relationship between Burmester and Port wine, has been known since 1750 when Burmester & Nash began their trade business. Since then, there have been many changes in the constitution and dissolution of companies related to the sector and with the name Burmester under seal. However, and after more than 250 years, and being a Sogevinus Group’s property, Burmester is one of the references, particularly regarding “Colheita” style, whose wine from a single year and aged in small oak casks of 550 lt is bottled at least at the end of seven years.

In the case of this particular Colheita from 1937, we are talking about a wine of excellence. It presents a very clear and amber color which aroma is very intense and complex, full of nuts, caramel, orange and some figs. In the mouth we find an endless explosion of flavors. Walnuts, almonds, figs, all very balanced. Divine.