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Solera PΔP


Vinos de Jerez Osborne RARE VORS. In 1911, the winery held back six butts from a shipment bound for England. A decade later, due to the surprising evolution of the wines, they were bottled in homage to the "Golden Triangle" in the region of Jerez..

D.O.: Jerez.
Tasting notes: flavourful, broad, balanced and persistent.
Alcohol: 22% vol.
Aged: 30 years (S/A).
Format: 50 cl bottle.
Wine type: Medium.


Vinified as a white wine. Gentle pressing and settling of the must for twelve hours. Fermented at a controlled temperature of 28ºC. Aged in American oak barrels following the traditional system of soleras and criaderas. This process is favoured by the particular microclimate of el Puerto de Santa María, where our wineries are located, with moderate temperatures and levels of humidity throughout the year.


97 points · Guía Repsol (2018)
97 points · The Wine Advocate (2007)
96 points · Guía Peñín (2018)
96 points · Guía Proensa (2005)
91 points ·Wine Spectator (2014)


Appearance: A bright, transparent wine, of a deep mahogany colour.

Nose: Very complex and aromatic, elegant and rounded, with notes of toasted oak and touches of wax and cocoa.

Palate: Very expressive and flavourful, it is broad, well-balanced and persistent, with flavours of walnuts, a spectacular passage through the mouth and a very long, slightly off-dry finish.


When to drink: An ideal wine for drinking as an aperitif or after meals, either on its own or with dessert.

Serving temperature: Consume at an optimum temperature of 14ºC / 57ºF.

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