By far one of my favourite sherries. It's got it all. Absolutely cracking oloroso that oozes class. Dry dry dry but with a glycerol finish that coats the mouth like fine honey. Excellent value for money, too. — 19 days ago
Nothing less than outstanding. An unique combination of an unctuous density, a deep layered complexity but with a pronounced freshness, with a fresh and vigorous backbone running through the long lasting finish.
So wise and vigorous, an amontillado on LSD everything is just so much... elevated — 11 days ago
Gentle tannins, silky mouthfeel. Dark fruit with spice from oak. Floral aromas. The nose felt a bit disjointed, but what I got when revisited it was always pretty good. Feels like it would benefit from some more time in bottle, but the palate is pure pleasure now. — 10 days ago
Delish after dinner. — 10 days ago
Hazelnut, walnut, mushroom, saline, dry leaves, rich, dry herbs — 4 days ago
Florido has managed to stay All estate by selling off vineyards to individual family memebers. Own rooted, Palomino, hand harvested,fortified at 19.5%, Aged for12 years. Smokin good. Paired with raw, organic, smoked 🐑 cheese, walnut butter, apricot/onion jam. — a month ago
Peanuts, peanut shells, gingerbread, yellow apple, overripe lemon, fresh salty ocean air, stale beer.
Palate is texturally viscous almost creamy. Bright green apple, big salinity, almond, bit of tropical fruit, and oxidative burn peanut shell.
Acid has left it a bit, but some delicious tertiary flavors make up for it-- tropical fruits of mango, pineapple, and breadiness.
Actually love this. 91 — 20 days ago