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Toro Albala Don Px Pedro Ximenez Gran Reserva 1986 750ml
SKU 776593

Toro Albala Don Px Pedro Ximenez Gran Reserva 1986

Toro Albala - Andalucia - Spain - Jerez - Sherry

Professional Wine Reviews for Toro Albala Don Px Pedro Ximenez Gran Reserva 1986

Rated 92 by Robert Parker
Toro Albalá has been releasing vintage-dated, sweet wines in chronological order for a while (I have great memories of the 1972) and the 'current' release is the 1986 Don PX Gran Reserva, which is a dark, sweet and concentrated dessert wine aged in American oak casks until bottling in June 2014. It has 350 grams of residual sugar. It's extremely dark, motor oil-dense, sweet wine with notes of raisins, hints of flowers, minty with aromas of candied orange peel and herbs, really aromatic and showy. The palate is dense, with the sweetness balanced by good acidity plus spicy and chocolate... read more... Additional information »
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Winery: Toro Albala

Country: Spain

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