Alvear Sherry Amontillado Solera Fundacion  750ml
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Alvear Sherry Amontillado Solera Fundacion

Jerez - Sherry - Andalucia - Spain

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Rated 95 by Wine Advocate
I'm not too sure if the NV Amontillado Viejísimo Solera Fundación is a repackaging of the NV Solera Fundación Amontillado 1729, as the wines shared a similar profile of very old Amontillado. This is their oldest, top Amontillado, an extremely old wine (viejísimo is the superlative for old, very old); none of the people who work in the winery today participated in the vinification of this wine, as they estimate it average age to be around 50 years old. The palate is very intense and powerful, with pungent, penetrating and persistent flavors, lifted, no doubt by the alcohol level, which is high by sheer concentration provided by the old age. It has varnish and hazelnuts, and a special, chalky sapidity. There is always a special rusticity I associate with dusty roads and tree bark that come to mind in these old Montillas. This is simply superb. 1,000 bottles filled at the end of December 2015, lot L5329.

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Country: Spain

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