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Solera founded in 1790 by monks of the Order of Capuchins, located in Jerez.
Capuchino comes from one of the oldest existing soleras within the framework of Jerez that dates back to 1790. The name Capuchino refers to the Capuchin monks who live in Jerez de la Frontera. According to reports although it is sold as a VORS (guaranteed minimum age of 30 years) its real age is at least about sixty years. The hearth is made up of 25 Jerez boots. Each year only 1.5% of the wine is extracted from each boot.
This wine was elaborated before by Pedro Domecq, one of the wineries of our country that counted with more prestige. The historic Pedro Domecq house has been dismantled in recent years, we could say that it has practically disappeared. Its successor is Founder, but some of its brands of higher quality sherry are divided between Caballero and Osborne. At present the Sibarita hearth is part of the Osborne house.
You can tell this whie serving: Solera founded in 1790 by monks of the Order of Capuchins located in Jerez. In
the year 2008, this extraordinary floor passed to the Osborne old wine collection
currently forming part of their select VORS in El Puerto warehouses of Santa María.
|Tipo de Vino||Palo Cortado|
|Denominación de Origen||Jerez - Xérès - Sherry|
|Pairing - Moments||Dinner for 4|
|Pairing - People||The brother with which you’ve something special|
|Pairing - Music||George Michael|