Pretty amazing. Palo Cortado? Not sure. Delicate, elegant, nutty but subtle. Long finish but more ethereal than something young. What a singular experience! — 24 days ago
NV Gonzalez Byass ‘Matusalem’ Cream VORS. Dark brown in color. Clear. Walnut and syrup. Dog and raisin. Chocolate and coffee. High acidity, long finish. One of the best examples of cream sherry. 😋 130g/L RS. — 3 months ago
Bm+. Tm. Am-. Fm+. — 2 months ago
From my vault of opinions, Sherries over-perform for credit due. This Amontillado is considered entry but it’s definitely not basic. It sits halfway between Fino and Ollorosso in structure and since its unfortified, it’s pleasantly light.
Spiced orange and salty caramel apple with honeyed notes on the fringe. — 3 months ago
Super duper light. Kind of sour had with a Mediterranean dish. — 4 months ago
Rest. ABaC. Copa 12,00.
13.07.19 — 5 months ago
Besos de los dioses — 2 months ago
From Jersey City Jay Miller, at Jay Hack’s House July 27.
Yeah, pretty much the best dam Oloroso I’ve ever had. Speechless. — 3 months ago
Very good quality with a solid expression of its provenance and a good length. Bruised apples, yeast, bread, iodine and a dry chalkiness puts this right where it belongs a good concentration on the palate which could last longer. As all serious sherries it is performing well above its price which takes you the question that everyone ask themselves, why don’t I drink more sherry? — 4 months ago