Suppose you dissolved Werthers candies in bourbon then added a dash of coffee and...made it somehow richer without being cloying. It’s the alchemy of fractional blending in solera of used Sherry barrels sweet babies. I love Sherry de Jerez, it is great fun. It goes the distance. — 2 months ago
Rich w touch of sweetness. Great complexity; walnuts spice dried fruits — 5 months ago
Unclear when this is from. 60s. Delicious — 6 months ago
A very fine Trasañejo, a traditional style of fortified, oxidatively aged wines from Maálaga, similar to a Sherry Oloroso. While Oloroso is made with Palomino, Málaga’s Trasañejo are normally made with Muscat and Pedro Ximénez. This particular one is 100% PX from vineyards in the Montes de Málaga subregion (vineyards surrounding the city of Málaga), aged in old American oak botas for an average of 19 years using the solera system. Notes of caramel, butterscotch and salty nuts. Long, savory finish. — 4 months ago
Cream sherry with 25% PX that shows in the nose. Velvety mouthfeel with an almost caramel like consistency and taste. Excellent to sip with a coffee after taste. — 5 months ago
Wow, Solera non Sherry , 15 years old.
Nuts , caramel and a bit of tropical fruit.
Absolutely delicious. — 6 months ago
God only knows how old this mini bottle was? It was so smooth and delicious. I honestly believe that now is a wonderful time to invest in Jerez wines. They age forever and I believe they will get more and more expensive as their market decreases each year. Also there are less artisans and wineries willing to do the work and have the patience. #amontillado #jerez #sherryporn #sherrylover — 4 months ago
Excelent!!! Full of flavour! Rich — 4 months ago
The sweetness of the Pedro Ximenez with the tropical fruit, almond bitterness, herbal goodness of the Palomino ... Spectacular blend that will benefit from a bit of oxidation. This is a “you just can’t go wrong” light bodied semi sweet that need to be served chill and will@make any company much much better.... — 5 months ago