The fragrant 'Solera BC 200' is part of the extraordinary range of old wines of Bodegas Osborne called 'Rare Sherry' and whose solera was founded in 1864. It is a very old oloroso, with an average age of about 40 years and with a small contribution of Pedro Ximénez's old wine, in order to make his concentrated mouth more unctuous.
Aging by the system of soleras and criaderas: Solera + 5 criaderas.
The Regulatory Council of the D.O. del Marco del Jerez catalogs as VORS (Vinum Optimum Rare Signatum in Latin and in English Very Old Rare Sherry), wines with more than 30 years of average aging. These unique wines constitute the great oenological reserve of the Marco del Jerez. Undoubtedly the wines with the greatest aromatic complexity and the most valued for their organoleptic characteristics.
Tell this when serving: ABC was initially called, since the hearth was divided into these three sub-floors. For some unknown reason, towards the end of 1888 a whole hearth was sent to the imperial court of St. Petersburg (Solera A), since the Russian czars were the only customers of this wine. So in the winery were the soleras B and C, which give meaning to the origin of the brand. There is no record with the number 200, which appears next to the name, although it is very likely that it refers to 200 initial boots of said solera.
- Tipo de Vino
- Palomino Fino y Pedro Ximénez
- Denominación de Origen
- Jerez - Xérès - Sherry
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