Tasty dessert — 2 days ago
Lovely purple color and berry flavor. — 2 months ago
Cata maitre y sommelier — 5 months ago
Definitely the most broadly appealing and well-rounded of the Alvear range. Fruit-driven and concentrated, decidedly less salty and mineral-forward as the entry level Fino. Rounded, complex mouthfeel with nice slow-building acidity that coats the palate very well from front to back. Quite dominated by youthful yeasty aromas that are remarkably similar to fresh baked bread. It’s relatively dry and fresh but would work beautifully with sharp cheeses. — 10 months ago
Green and yellow apple, big salinity, salty bread dough yeastiness, ocean sea shell/ wet rocks. Pungent white florality + almost celery vegetal, bitter component. Almost a carmel candy thing going on.
Fades to this like salty creamy green apple saltwater taffy.
Big acid. Not bad. Unique. Like Manzanilla but with a bit of full bodied Carmel/toast or taffy creeping in.
I don't put my nose in it and think dang that's incredible, but every sip has me coming back for another.
89.5/90 — a month ago
Minéraux, belle rondeur et belles touches d’agrumes tout en subtilité...
2016...30$ BC — 3 months ago
Great, great Pedro Ximenez aged at perfection — 2 months ago
For dessert this 50 year old PX bottles in 2004, a masterpiece, syrop for the pallet, yummy🙌🇪🇸 — 8 months ago