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Définition : Jerez-Xerez-Sherry.

Type de raisin : Palomino.

Vignobles : Pago Añina and Carrascal. The vines are between 20 and 60 years old. Chalky soil.

Teneur : 21.5 % Alc. /Vol.

Type de vin : 2003 vintage, oxidatively aged, classified as ‘Oloroso’ in 2016.

Élevage : A sherry that has been statically aged for 13 years in American oak barrels of 500 and 600 litres. June 2023 winebag

Teneur en sucre : Dry.

Élaboration : Unlike traditional Jerez wines, aged through the “Solera y Criaderas” system, these vintage wines are aged statically. For its production, musts that come from old vines of the Pagos de Añina and/or Carrascal are selected, which are fortified at 15º for biological aging, or at 18º for oxidative aging. These wines are monitored during their aging, in which no intervention is carried out until the moment of selection for bottling. Faced with the homogeneity provided by the Criaderas and Soleras System, in which wines of different ages are methodically blended, each of these wines are unique and special. Wines that are the reflection of the vintage of the year and its particular weather conditions, as well as the peculiar evolution of each one of them during their static aging.

Note de dégustation : Mahogany in colour, very complex aromas, with notes of dry fruit and tobacco, on the palate it is structured and very elegant.