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Definition: Community terms Quality Liquor Wine Produced in a Specific Region, (liqueur wines psr, CE R1493 / 99), in Spain, fortified wine liquor breeding, with Designation of Origin Jerez - Xeres - Sherry, Oloroso Dulce or "Cream "Anglo-Saxon term.
Grape Type: Palomino and Pedro Ximenez
Vineyards: Superior. Payment Balbaína and Carrascal
Graduation: 19.5% alc./vol
Type of wine: Jerez, sweet Oloroso or Cream Sherry
Sugar content: 132 gr./l
Prepared musts bud. controlled fermentation. Fortification to 19.5 °, clever mix of sobretablas Palomino, Pedro Ximénez to enter the criaderas and solera system for rearing and aging physical type - chemical oxidation in oak casks, at least six years average age, as a result, this unique sweet oloroso or "cream", called the British.
Tasting notes: Wine sweet smelling mahogany with aromas of dried nut fruit and a slight hint of raisins and toasted sugar. The palate is soft, velvety, very warm alcohol content, persistent finish.
Suggestions for consumption: It can be eaten alone, as a companion to desserts anytime, chilled, or with ice as a refreshing drink.
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