Bodegas ALONSO begins its journey in the Marco de Jerez with three "encastes" of oxidative aging wines of the highest quality and old age of their categories. These "encastes" are made up of the very old soleras of Pedro Romero, Gaspar Florido and Fernando Méndez. The wines of these soleras are of recognized world prestige and unique for their old age and...
Fire? No Thanks is the second wine of the series Unusual Sherries of Jerez winery Sánchez Romate . Like the other wines of the series is intended to capture a new audience, especially young. Looking for a type of consumption is not as focused on quality and the enjoyment unpretentious.
This amontillado comes from one of Romate's best solera where he has been forgotten to let time do his job.
The variety Petit verdot, although of French origin, adapts very well to the warm climates of southern Spain, Sierra de Ronda, Sierra de Cádiz, etc. and that was seen by the Jerez-born winemaker Santiago Jordi, planting in Jerez de la Frontera a parcel of this variety, which is giving him such good results.
From Almacenista Manuel Cuevas Jurado, after his biological upbringing as Manzanilla, is followed by a period of oxidative aging. Of old gold color and soft and hazelnut flavor, it recalls the caramel on the nose, with a long and elegant aftertaste. 92 points Wine Spectator
This old PX comes from an exclusive solera that was founded in 1905 and is located in the La Palma winery. As a curiosity, the hearth is formed by a single barrel and 3 criaderas of 9-7-7 boots. This is undoubtedly the wine for which the Bodega Osborne has received more national and international recognition.
King Fernando de Castilla Hexes Pedro Ximénez is a Generous Wine made with Pedro Ximénez grapes, only the best grapes are selected to offer a complex range of aromas and flavors without it being necessary to spend many years in wood.
This wine has its origin in the solera founded in 1921 by Don Emilio Lustau in commemoration of the visit to Jerez of Eugenia de Montijo, last Empress of France. 92 Parker points. Trophy Dry Oloroso at the International Wine Challenge in London.
Oloroso is a wine made from palomino grapes. The special structure that it demonstrates at an initial tasting destines it for oxidative ageing. For this reason alcohol is added to 17°, thus preventing the development of the veil of flor and allowing the wine to age while exposed to oxygen. The result is a wine both structured and complex.
From Almacenista Juan García-Jarana, this Oloroso comes from an exclusive sole of only 38 boots. Mahogany color, with aromas of nuts and memories of pipe tobacco. Reminiscences of nuts on the palate, with a long finish and a slightly sweet aftertaste. 91 points Parker
The malagueña Victoria Ordóñez has brought to light a wine that was left to make 200 years ago and has now recovered again. It is an authentic dry 'mountain wine' made with Pedro Ximénez grapes from the Alta Axarquía and which in the 18th century was already famous all over the world.