List of products by brand Osborne

Bodega Osborne is renowned for its Sherry Wine and Brandy, both aged using the traditional “soleras and criaderas” method. This process gives its drinks worldwide recognition for its exceptional quality.

In addition, Bodegas Osborne is not only famous for its wine, but also for being the home of the Osborne Bull, an iconic symbol of Spain and a milestone in history of the design.

History of Osborne

The origin of Osborne dates back to 1772, when Tomas Osborne Mann founded the company inEl Puerto de Santa María. Since then, Osborne has preserved a unrivaled collection of old Sherry wines, testifying to a rich winemaking tradition.

Excellence in Wine Making

With more than 200 years of experience, Bodega Osborne produces Sherry wines protected by the Jerez Designation of Origin, guaranteeing authenticity and supreme quality. The wineries They house exquisite soleras of fortified wines, intended for both family consumption and that of distinguished clients.

Exclusive Collections

RARE SHERRY: A limited series that includes centuries-old and exclusive soleras , such as BC – 200 (Oloroso) and PX Muy Viejo (Pedro Ximénez), among others.

VORS: Soleras with history, acquired in Jerez and bottled under prestigious brands such as Sibarita (Oloroso) and Capuchino (Palo Cortado).

Zones and Processing

The Denomination of Origen Jerez / Xerez / Sherry is one of the most important oenological areas in Spain and the World, whose history and wine culture has lasted from the Phoenician colonization to the present day.

The moderate climate, with average rainfall of 650 liters/year, but in the dry months, especially in the summer, we must count on the decisive contribution of the dew. nocturnal(locally called Blandura), motivated by its proximity to the Atlantic.

The relief is made up of small hills that rarely reach 100 meters in height, with little tree vegetation, except for some scattered pine forests. The water masses are represented on the coast by theAtlantic Ocean and the Guadalete and Guadalquivir rivers.

Harvest and Aging Process

The harvest at the Osborne Winery takes place in mid-August and the grapes are mainly of the Palomino variety (very well adapted to the soil conditions) and are made in white, until obtaining a base wine (locally called must) delicate, pale, subtle and that does not usually exceed 12 degrees of alcohol.

At the end of November/December, the distillation and fortifying with wine alcohol is carried out, so that the wines intended for organic aging are left 15º GL, while those destined for oxidative aging are headed up to 17º-18º GL.

Single Parenting

In the Jerez area, two types of aging are developed: aging understood as storage and evolution of the wine in wooden casks (oak barrels) and the so-called "biological aging" , in which the wine evolves in a more dynamic way, driven by the activity of a biological veil.

The unique and characteristic aging system used in Jerez is the so-called Criaderas and Soleras System: This system is based on having a quantity of wine of the same style or type, in different phases of aging/aging and distributed in different casks, normally with a capacity of 500 liters. These phases or scales will range from the oldest, called “solera” because it is the one closest to the ground, to the different “criaderas”.

Whether for a special occasion or to enrich your personal collection, Bodega Osborne wines are the perfect choice for those who value excellence and authenticity. Visit Bodegas Andalucía and let the spirit of the Osborne Bull guide you towards an unparalleled wine experience. Remember that you will not only be purchasing a bottle of wine, but you will be part of a wine history that has been built with passion and care over the years.

Order today and open the door to a world where quality and tradition are intertwined in every sip. !

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