Appearance: The colour is of old gold with hints of amber.
Nose: Its aromas are outstandingly complex, with bitter and nutty hints, sharp, marine memories and a background of patisserie, glacé fruit, and nougat with memories of an apothecary’s shop.
Taste: A round and light entrance to the mouth it leads you to think it will be smooth, but when sensed by our taste buds we find it sharp, saline with a bitter almond aftertaste.
Along with the Oloroso wine, this is perhaps one of the most versatile. For an aperitif: it can be combined with Iberian pork products – cured ham, cured loin of ham- or nuts such as fried almonds. For starters and main dishes: with salted fish such as Mojama, Maruca and mildly smoked fish such as Palometaor smoked cod.
Grape: 100% Palomino
Alcohol Content: 19.5%
Aging: American Oak Barrels, 32 years aging process using the Soleras andCriaderas system. Basic oxidation aging, exposure to air inside the barrel, although some veil of flor yeast aging might have taken place.
Description: V.O.R.S., Vinum Optimum Rare Signatum / Very Old Rare Sherry.
Total acidity: 6.98 gr./l. (tartaric acid). Volatile acidity: 0.96 gr./l. (acetic acid)
Residual sugar: 3.9 gr./l. Dry extracts: 31.5 gr./l.