• 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.

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.