Osborne Very Old Rare Sherries are a treasure inherited from years and years of patience, devotion and work. The complexity and the soul of these wines are unique and unmatched. The Solera of this wine was established in 1911, and has an average age of 30 years.
The complexity and the soul of these wines are unique and unmatched. The Solera of this wine was established in 1911, and has an average age of 30 years.
Vinification in white. Soft pressing and freeing of the must for 12 hours. Fermentation at controlled temperature, 28ºC.
Physicochemical aging following the traditional system of criaderas and soleras in American oak boots. This process is favored by the unique microclimate existing in El Puerto de Santa María, where our wineries are located, with mild temperature and humidity values throughout the year.
Visual phase: Mahogany wine very dark, opaque.
Olfactory phase: It has an enormous aromatic potential, with a great bouquet of oxidation, dominated by notes of wood from a long aging period in oak, perfectly integrated with roasted nuances, nutmeg, toasted caramels and raisins.
Gustatory phase: Wine of great structure, rich, unctuous, velvety, slightly saline, very expressive and tannic to the mouth with a very long finish.
It is an ideal wine to take it as an aperitif or after meals, either alone or accompanying the dessert.
You can tell this when serving: It is a very unusual wine that has led to a great internal confusion, which had always associated the name of the solera with wines that were sent to India. But over time it was certified that the name
comes from the exports that were made to South America (the Indies),
mainly to Colombia and Peru, for the staff of the diplomatic corps of
those countries. It is a wine with a style called "English" at that time.
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