Gonzalez Byass - La Concha - Amontillado Sherry 75cl Bottle

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Gonzalez Byass - La Concha
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75cl Bottle
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An amontillado (Medium Dry Sherry).

Pale Mahogany.

Full bodied, smooth and very tasty.

Pungent aroma of hazelnuts with touch of caramel.

Its period of ageing may be approximately 4 years. All the grapes are from vineyards owned by Gonzalez Byass in the Jerez Superior area.

Consume preferably within a year.

Serve cool, but not cold, 16 degrees C.

Serve in a half full sherry glass to appreciate its deep fragance and intense aroma.

Specilly recommended for drinks with a good ham, cheese, and also excellent with nuts or biscuits.

A excellent desert wine.




Category(s):     Sherry
Group(s):     Medium Sherry
Producer: Gonzalez Byass   -   www.gonzalezbyass.com
ABV:   17%
Brand:   Gonzalez Byass
Country of Origin:   Spain
Grape Type:   Palomino Fino
Grape Type:   Pedro Ximenez
Region:   Jerez
Sherry Style:   Amontillado
Sweetness:   Medium

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Producer Information

In 1835, young Manuel Maria Gonzalez Angel reached Jerez prepared to forge his way in the prosperous and thriving sherry business. Encouraged by the continuous development of exports, that year he acquired a small cellar and begun to prepare and export his own wine. Shortly after, due to the growing success of his company, Manuel Maria Gonzalez decided to form a partnership with Mr Robert Blake Byass, his agent in England, which gave rise to the Gonzalez Byass company.
Gonzalez Byass, a family company, now has international renown as wine and brandy de Jerez producing vintners. The company is proud of the quality and variety of it's range of products, emphasising the sherry Tio Pepe (the world leader in sales of Fino), the brandy Soberano (the leader in Spain, its country of origin) and Lepanto, with its characteristic flask, designed by the Royal Factory at La Granja.
The reason for the success of Gonzalez Byass is due to its undertaking to provide quality, the axis of the corporative philosophy of the firm that has led it to invest considerable amounts in wine growing, vinification and aging. Palomino grapes are from the Jerez Superior area, where the best "albariza" land is (very limy white earth). The company own 700 hectares of vineyards located in the best spots in the zone: Macharnudo, Carrascal and Burujena.
Gonzalez Byass was the first firm in the area to set up a modern programme to research winegrowing, in which it studies clonal selection and implements scientific quality control methods. It has its own nurseries and is the first and only company in the area to make this undertaking as to its vineyards. Gonzalez Byass is not known as a company that loves its wines in vain.

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