Founded in 1887, this old Jerez winery has two recognitions throughout history. Named at the beginning of the twentieth century provider of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom and soon after the provider of the Holy Apostolic Palace of the Vatican, Sánchez Romate continues to develop brandies and generous quality with an international vocation.
His name says it all. This amontillado comes from one of Romate's best soleras where it has been forgotten to let time do his job. It is a wine of concentration, which requires the attention of the taster to be enjoyed in its entirety. Do not be fooled by its price because it is a wine of great power and race.
Old gold color wine with golden sparkles, clean, bright and abundant and slow tear.
On the nose with good intensity, notes of caramel, biscuit in liquor, toasted almond and sweet spices with a few points of varnish, very expressive, aromatic and elegant.
The passage by mouth, dry, powerful, with body, long distance, broad, spicy touches, good acidity, balanced, toasted and nuts, very good.
Aftertaste, long and very good.
You can tell this when serving: This amontillado name comes from 5 barrels of 1,000 liters that were forgotten in the cellar for more than 25 years, without being filled. It was bottled by hand in October 2015.
- Tipo de Vino
- Denominación de Origen
- Jerez - Xérès - Sherry
- Guía Parker
- Pairing - Moments
- Pairing - People
- The Family
- Pairing - Music
- Camarón de la Isla