Gonzalez Byass Rare Old Soleras
Hand-crafted from the finest sun-ripened grapes, expertly blended and then matured in oak casks for a minimum of 30 years, the Rare Old Solera sherries are a true expression of some of the world’s finest and rarest wines.
Del Duque, Amontillado Muy Viejo
The solera of Del Duque began in 1835 when the Duke of Medinaceli purchased 16 sherry butts. This Amontillado Muy Viejo has more than 30 years of ageing in oak barrels giving it an intense concentration and complexity. Dry in taste with hints of cedar, leather, walnuts and a lingering, nutty finish. It is a great partner for roast beef, hearty casseroles, game or mature Cheddar cheese.
Apóstoles, Palo Cortado Muy Viejo
After 10 years aged as vintage Palo Cortado, Apóstoles is blended with Pedro Ximenez grapes before further ageing. An off dry sherry with hints of butterscotch and a delicate sweet finish. Perfect with cured meats, paté or foods rich in garlic or spice.
Matusalem, Oloroso Dulce Muy Viejo
Matusalem is a blend of 75% Palomino and 25% Pedro Ximenez aged for over 30 years. A dark Oloroso sherry with fruity overtones of cinnamon, dried-fruits and candied peel, and a rich, sweet finish. The ideal partner for mature cheeses or rich desserts.
Noe, Pedro Ximenez Muy Viejo
One of the world’s oldest and rarest dessert wines, Noe has a powerful bouquet, oozing heady aromas of concentrated raisins, figs, coffee and Christmas spices. Delightful with dessert or poured over vanilla ice cream.