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Gonzalez Byass - Rare Old Soleras Noe

PX Sherry

Country of Origin

Spain

Key Information

Grape Information

Other Information

  • ABV15.5%
  • AppellationJerez
  • Food MatchPungent Cheeses
  • Grape TypePedro Ximenez
  • RegionJerez
  • SweetnessSweet

Associated Groups

Half Bottles Of Wine

A pedro ximenez sherry.

Deepest dark mahogany.

Solid, smooth and silky, very tasty.

Warm aroma with notes of sun-ripened fruits and dried figs.

Average age of these rare Old Solera sherries is aproximately 30 years, 20 aged as vintage sherry and 10 in the "solera" system. All the grapes are from vineyards owned by Gonzalez Byass in the "Jerez Superior" area.

Serve fresh but not cold, optimum temperature: 16 degrees C.

Serve in the traditional sherry glass to half capacity, to fully appreciate its superb fragance and intense bouquet acquired in the silence and shade of our cellars, throughout the long years.

Excellent with dry fruits or cookies.

Superlative dessert wines.

1 Comment

Julian Fletcher 2008-01-05 14:01:04

Like drinking treacle toffee pudding - superb! And pretty good value too, considering it has been aged for around 30 years. Compare to a bottle of champagne which will be gone in a couple of sips - this could keep you content all evening.