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Burmester, 2010 Vintage Port

Quinta do Arnozelo, Douro
Presented in Wooden Gift Box
***89 Points- Wine Enthusiast***

Bottle size: 75cl

ABV: 20%

Price:

$91.80 USD

31 In Stock

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Description

A 2010 Vintage Port Wine from Burmester.

Tasting Notes
Red and black fruit in the aroma, with much youth, blackberry compote. Very attractive in the mouth, elegant and with a beautiful presence, it proves very lively and fresh with citrus notes to mark presence. Will mature over the next 10-15 years.

Food Pairing
The association of Vintage Port with a mature blue cheese such as Stilton is one of the great classic food and wine combinations. The soft buttery texture, mellow character and piquancy of the cheese are perfectly matched by the powerfully majestic flavours of the Vintage Port. Other blue, buttery, mellow and slighty piquant cheeses to consider would be: Cashel Blue, Roquefort, Gorgonzola and Saint Agur Blue.

Location
The vineyard of Quinta do Arnozelo is situated on the southern bank of the Douro river, between the small towns of São João da Pesqueira and Vila Nova de Foz Côa. This is in the prestigious upper reaches of the Douro demarcated wine region, the aptly named Douro Superior. In addition to its favourable geographic location, it has an ideal micro-climate, both of which contribute to the superior quality of its grapes and other produce. The vineyard has 200ha, comprised of vines, olive trees, orange trees and forest (which harbours a large variety of the region’s species).

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Condition

Excellent

Reviews

***89 Points- Wine Enthusiast***
This is a firm and powerful wine, chunky and dense. It has a solid edge of tannins, dark and dense, resulting in a mineral-structured wine that is both dry and likely to age for many years. — Roger Voss

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