This wine has its origins in the ‘criaderas’ of the old Bodegas José Pemartín & Cia. dating back to 1810.

Must from Palomino grapes is supplemented with alcohol up to 15º (encabezado) and then aged biologically, under a velum produced by yeast,  the so-called ‘flor’, which gives the wine fruity aromas and a taste of finesse.

In the second oxidative phase at 18º of alcohol, the wine acquires roundness of nose and taste, turning its color from amber to mahogany.


  • Wine class: Generous wine
  • Wine type:  Jerez Amontillado
  • Grape: Palomino
  • Soil: Albariza soil, Jerez Superior.
  • Aging:  Biologic, under a velum produced by yeast,  the so-called ‘flor’, and afterwards oxidative
  • Age: More than 3 years, under the ‘Soleras y Criaderas’ system.
  • Wood: 500 liter American oak casks
  • Alcohol: 18º.
  • Color: Amber to mahogany
  • Nose: Sharp and toned
  • Taste: Sharp and light.
  • Temperature: Serve at 14º C. approx.
  • Foodpairing:  White meat, blue fish, ham, cured cheese.  With vegetables like asparagus and artichokes it can tender sublime moments.