Valdespino Palo Cortado Viejo Calle Ponce  NV 750ml
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Valdespino Palo Cortado Viejo Calle Ponce NV

Valdespino - Andalucia - Spain - Jerez - Sherry

Professional Wine Reviews for Valdespino Palo Cortado Viejo Calle Ponce NV

Rated 93 by Robert Parker
The NV Palo Cortado Viejo C.P. produced from Palomino from the Macharnudo Alto is feed with specific casks of Fino Inocente and Amontillado Tio Diego. It was traditionally aged in the Calle Ponce (Ponce Street), and if has kept the C.P. initials since then. Itís not age-certified, but the average age of the bottled wine is 25 years. The color is old gold or light amber, and the nose hints at a relatively old wine, with plenty of lactic notes, sweet vanilla, iodine, bitter oranges and spices. The palate is clean and delineated, subtle and on the elegant side of Palo Cortado, ending very dry. Drink 2013-2016.
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Winery: Valdespino

Country: Spain

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