Montilla Moriles, Andalucía

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Solera 1927 Montilla-Moriles Pedro Ximénez 1927

Fig syrup. Delicious dessert. — a month ago

Pérez Barquero

Gran Barquero Oloroso

Mark H
9.4

Luscious......delicious — 3 months ago

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Fino Capataz Solera de la Casa Montilla-Moriles Pedro Ximénez

Great, great Pedro Ximenez aged at perfection — 9 months ago

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Pedro Ximenez de Añada 2014

Lovely coffee, praline, honey and liquid date and prune in great balance with considerable sweetness. It is just a bit shy of the acidity needed to carry the weight of this sweetness but a lovely wine that glides on the palate — 2 months ago

Paul and Romain liked this

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Fino en Rama Montilla-Moriles Pedro Ximénez 2008

Rather interesting vintage (!) “sherry” all the more unconventional for being 100% Pedro Ximenez and single harvest. Better on day two where it develops in richness, revealing its colours beyond that of a conventional fino. Beautiful work. — 5 months ago

Alsu Shakirova
with Alsu
David, Peter and 1 other liked this

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Montilla-Moriles Pedro Ximénez 2014

Gorgeous. Raisins, walnuts, maple syrup. The finish lasts forever. Seriously classy dessert wine. — 9 months ago

Shawn, P and 16 others liked this

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Asuncion Oloroso Pedro Ximénez

Dry, raisin, nutty and caramel. Paired with Ottolenghi’s warm chocolate fig sponge cake. Perfect combination to balance the chocolate and dig with nut and caramel. — 4 months ago

Paul liked this

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Moriles S.V. Pedro Ximénez

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
— 8 months ago