- Oloroso Solera 1842 Dulce Sherry
- Palomino Fino, Pedro Ximenez
- Spain > Andalusia
- White, Sweet, Full-Bodied, Fruity, Rich
- Savory or sweet, you make the call.
- Match with prosciutto-wrapped grilled figs
- or try Bittman's Lancashire cheese and onion pie.
- Jancis Robinson went the shoulder of lamb in a tawny almond cream route.
Nose: Intense, mature, chocolate, dried fruit, nutty
Mouth: Full Bodied, sweet, medium-high acidity, intense, long finish, prune, hazelnut, caramel
- Growers and almacenistas, the Valdespino family has been involved in the Sherry business for nearly 700 years. Though recently acquired by the Estévez family, the bodega can still claim to be the oldest in Jerez. Produced from a solera established in... you guessed it, 1842, the youngest component of Valdespino's rancio-noted Oloroso is over 20 years old.
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