To learn more about Ramos Pinto, read my article from visiting the wine producer: http://www.disorder.dk/2013/09/26/visiting-ramos-pinto-in-porto/
The colour is no longer the deep red/purple going into black, the ageing have left it as a red wine with a brown hint to it when swirled.
The aroma comes off with a good fruit and a hint of oak.
Tasting it comes with a rough start from the tannin, with a soft switch to the fruit and a fresh grape. The taste is not as complex after only 11 years on the bottle. There are really no certain taste standing out for itself.
A good wine that needs to be aged for many more years to obtain a softer tannin and develop a more complex taste.
Overall rating is 89 / 100