Pedro Ximénez is obtained from the overly ripe grapes of the same name which are dried in the sun to obtain a must with an exceptionally high concentration of sugar. Its ageing process, which is exclusively oxidative, gives the wine a progressive aromatic concentration and greater complexity, whilst fully preserving the characteristic freshness of the...
Any time along the aging of our Pedro Ximenez of raisins, the yeasts known as “micodermas”, taking advantage of the evaporation of alcohol degree, can attack one or more barrels of Pedro Ximenez transforming the primitive “ethyl alcohol” of the wine in “ethyl acetate”, ie “vinegar”.
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.
Expressive and aromatic wine on the nose, highlighting the notes of nuts, toasted woods and chocolates. The palate is blunt, appeasing its esenciosidad with a spur of PX, can be classified within the Medium range.
This is a wine that is produced completely and completely with the queen of the white grapes: the Chardonnay grape. Although the winery Huerta de Albalá is located in Arcos de la Frontera (Cádiz), between the Sierra de Grazalema and the Bornos marsh.
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.