Aecovi Jerez

Compañia de Vinos del Atlántico

Vara Y Pulgar Tintilla 2013

Pretty much perfect end to a Saturday with the 2013 Vara Y Pulgar and the new record from Boogarins . Wine is smoky & dark, yet unbelievably nimble. The record is layered & complex and will be one, just like their other work to unfold for years to come. Get these. — 3 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Los Arcos Solera Amontillado Dry Sherry

4 years of biological aging filled by another four years of aging after the yeast kill. Hazelnut. Great pairing for game. — 5 days ago

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Croft

Original Fine Pale Cream Jerez-Xérès-Sherry

Lovely sweet sherry, perfect with summer desserts, strawberries. — 3 days ago

Barbadillo

Solear Manzanilla Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino

Pure, Marcona almonds, quince paste, guava, overlaid with a lacy salinity. Will never tire of this. After work glass for a week-beat that, I dare you. — 7 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Vermut Lustau Rojo Vermouth

Made with Dried PX leading to nutty, fruitcake, dried fruit flavors. Soda and a twist please! — 5 days ago

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Gonzalez Byass

Leonor Palo Cortado 12 Años Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Seco Palomino Fino

So complex - nuttiness juxtaposed with Carmel and spice — 2 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

East India Solera Sherry Palomino Fino Pedro Ximénez

15 years age minimum. 1,000 (approx) bottles released per year from this solera. Motor oil color, perfect for dessert. — 5 days ago

Shawn, Brian and 1 other liked this

Emilio Lustau

Don Nuño Oloroso Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Seco Palomino Fino

Minimum 12 years aged. Long on the palate. Pair with heavy meats, stew and sauces. — 5 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Vermut Lustau Blanco Vermouth

Wormwood, marjerum and camomile are Amon the botanicals used. Sweet fino. — 5 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Very Rare Oloroso Emperatriz Eugenia Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino 1556

What you get for the extra $10 (and 250ml less) from Emperatriz Eugenia is massive compared to the entry Don Nuno (both Oloroso). Depth, complexity, something to think about.

Mahogany caramel colored with aromas of sandalwood and sweet dates. Winey sweet palette of dried figs, golden raisins, and burnt toffee.
— a month ago

Iwan, Hermes and 16 others liked this