Chipiona, Jerez

Emilio Lustau

East India Solera Sherry Palomino Fino Pedro Ximénez

This wine has a burnished look, deep brown. The nose is a treat all on its own. There are aromas of brown sugar, coffee and orange zest which combine for an amazing olfactory experience. The palate is just as joyful, with caramel, raisin and mocha notes. The acidity is fresh and exhilarating. Although the wine is described on the label as “cream,” it does not strike me as creamy. The viscosity is nice, though. It will pair well with dessert, or serve as one by itself. — 23 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Very Rare Oloroso Emperatriz Eugenia Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino 2023

2023 fall. No detailed notes, but classic, rich Oporto so — 2 months ago

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Gonzalez Byass

Tio Pepe Fino Muy Seco Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino

Empty beer can in grass nose. Some rubber hose in palate and as clean and dry as it gets for Jerez. — 5 months ago

Severn, John and 6 others liked this

Equipo Navazos

I Think Manzanilla Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino

Sherry tasting. Fresh and nutty. Great aperitif. — 7 months ago

Anthony, Daniel and 8 others liked this

Compañia de Vinos del Atlántico

Vara Y Pulgar Tintilla 2021

Out for Valentine’s a day late at SER ❤️ — 16 days ago

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Emilio Lustau

Papirusa Sanlúcar de Barrameda Manzanilla 1896

Salty, yeasty, a little honey…nice memories of Sevilla on a snowy day — 2 months ago

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Valdespino

Tio Diego Macharnudo Vineyard Amontillado Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Palomino Fino

2023/9. Classic amontillado, with plenty of flor character and oxidative richness — 6 months ago

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Equipo Navazos

Navazos-Niepoort Vino Blanco Palomino Fino 2020

Unfortified, aged under flor single vintage and single vineyard Palomino Fino.
Closer to Jura in character than a ‘usual’ solera aged Fino.
Fresh, vibrant, racy. Clearly oxidative with yeasty & chalky notes, dried herbs but also some shy pear. And loads of salt!
On the palate this is crisp, fresh, bone dry and mineral. Powerful yet with nice freshness & balance. Chalky, salty, with some pears wrapped in bacon, olive brine and whiff of chamomile in the long finish.
I was not convinced upon opening and on day 1. The day after this is very, very drinkable. Bring on the tapas!
— a month ago

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Emilio Lustau

Vermut Lustau Rojo Vermouth

One of the very few times I’ve had Vermouth on its own. It was served as an aperitif and very enjoyable and rich with a lot of floral notes and some sweetness. — 4 months ago

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