A trip down memory lane! This used to be my go-to as a frugal engineering student in Melbourne. It delivered such great bang for the buck, and it still does. Where else can you find an old-school, long-aged wine from a single vineyard for around $20-30? This was briny, yeasty, toasty, nutty, and herbal, with a distinctly salty curry-leaf finish that just keeps growing even after the wine's gone down the throat. Wow! Definitely one of the best QPR in the market in my opinion. — 7 days ago
Based on the 2017 Pinot Noir, it spent 32 months on the lees. A sophisticated and expressive bouquet full of cheese, apple seeds, honey, graphite, and red apple jam with Jerez notes. Elegant, precise, delicious and almost perfectly balanced. Good to drink it now. Incredible.
Disgorged on 03/2021. — 18 days ago
Vila. Cata Palo Cortado: El Vino más allá del Misterio. 29,95
08.10.18 — 4 years ago
This is the. Bodegas Cortijo La Fuente.
A Fino from Mollina, heart of Andalusia.
Made from Pedro Ximinez, in solera for 5 years. Vineyard farmed since 19th C.
Limestone and sand.
You can sense the “ heavinesses “ of the Pedro Ximiniez on the nose, but it’s an almond fest, dry, w a touch of barrel and raisin to finish. Brandy like.
Not heavy on the palate.
Thanks @enramistas — 15 days ago
This sherry is a lovely sweet wine at a reasonable price. It goes great with chocolate. — 9 days ago