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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Pedro Ximenez Solera 1927 is non-vintage, but does have some 1927 material in it. This is totally dark brown/amber with notes of figs, toffee, caramel syrup, molasses and coffee. It is dense, super sweet, intense, rich and an amazingly, unctuously textured, thick beverage to consume slowly and introspectively after a meal. Drink now through 2050, or even longer. (RP)" (11/2015) 96 points Wine Enthusiast: "One of the world's best PX wines is Solera 1927, the pride of Alvear. Whatever solera stocks went in...
Price: $29.99

Pale straw-colored; light, dry and tangy, with elegance on the palate. Serve chilled as an apéritif with serrano ham, cheese, almonds or olives, or else at the dinner table with fresh fish, prawns or oysters.
Price: $21.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The non-vintage Dry Amontillado Los Arcos Solera Reserva reveals a medium amber hue along with a nutty, honeyed, dry personality with great acid...The portfolio of under $25 a bottle selections represents remarkable value for their complex, well-made personalities. Lustau includes a bottling date code as purchasers would want to buy Finos and Manzanillas as young as possible. It is difficult to describe the glories of sherry, but I’ll try. These Solera Reservas are all great reference points at a low price point ...
Price: $16.99

From a solera begun in 1991, this spectacular Sanluqueño Amontillado contains wine of an average age of 15-20 years old. Blended in, there is a tiny amount of very old wine discovered in the bodega shortly after its purchase. It had been sealed in plaster, as the former owner was apparently determined to keep this pre-phylloxera wine, unblended, all to himself! Aromatics reveal salty flor, followed by toffee. The wine is racy on the palate, until it turns rich and succulent, with buttered and roasted pecan and almond flavors. This is really quite good. (...
Price: $25.99

1946 Bodegas Toro Albala "Don PX Convento Selección" Pedro Ximénez Jerez (Pre-Arrival) (Pre-Arrival)
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100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1946 Don PX Convento Seleccion produced with Pedro Ximenez grapes dehydrated under the sun at the time of the Second World War, was only bottled in September 2011. This is an extreme wine, my first descriptor was ultra-mega-super concentrated. It is unbelievably powerful, both in the nose and the palate, full of umami, with sweet cinnamon, Christmas cake, camphor, petrol, lemongrass, Belgian chocolate and butter. Incredibly complex and rich, sweet, balanced and smooth in the palate, it is both very sweet and...
Price: $279.99

97 points James Suckling: "Forget fashion and go for gold! Enormously complex, toasted and caramelized nuts, married to wonderful creaminess that is all lit up by acidity that’s so supernaturally vibrant that you barely realize this has any sweetness. Very long, subtle and uplifting finish. Drink now." (12/2018) 95 points Decanter: "Layers of mouthwatering flavours; dried fruits, peanut brittle, cream caramel, coffee, cedar and a beautifully luscious texture with freshness, lift and a long, rich finish. *Gold Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2018*" (04...

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Consistently one of the finest traditional manzanillas you'll ever taste, La Gitana might as well be the Webster's entry for the category: pale straw color, salty seaside freshness and a dry, tangy, yet rich flavor. And that flavor lingers after each sip, too, like sea spray." (04/2005) 92 points Wine Spectator: "A bright, high-pitched style, showing tangy quinine and chamomile notes laced with talc and fleur de sel flavors. Very dry, brisk, stony-edged finish. An absolute delight. (JM)" (05/2018) Jancis Robinson: "Greenish...
Price: $18.99

Wine Spectator: "Shows a light piney hint before bright chamomile and honeysuckle aromas fill in. Rather nervy through the palate, featuring a finish of green almond and fennel notes. (Web-2014)" K&L Notes: A wonderful expression of Manzanilla, the La Cigarrera always comes to us very fresh, expressing the briny, sea air quality for which these wines are known. It is bone dry, appley and has suggestions of loquat fruit and pits, with terrific complexity, no doubt due to the bodega's prime location in the "barrio bajo" section of Sanlucar, as well as its...
Price: $15.99

95 points James Suckling: " To anyone who knows British Christmas pudding, the dense flavors of dried fruit, burnt sugar and spices will be nothing new. However, the sheer density of flavor will be something new to many, as will the stunning acidity at the finish. " (08/2018) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Ripe aromas of apricot, raisin and chocolate offer complex notes of dried cheese and sweat, making this anything but usual and normal. A jacked palate is racy and untamed, with bright acidity that's uncommon for wines this sweet. Chocolate, cinnamon, nu...

Alvear Pedro Ximénez "Solera 1910" Montilla Moriles (375ml) (Pre-Arrival) (Pre-Arrival)
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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The amazing, pedal to the metal/full throttle/balls to the wall, sweet 1910 Pedro Ximenez Solera is a dark amber-colored, full-bodied, unctuously-textured beauty that should be sipped and savored slowly and carefully at the end of a meal with a plate of cashews. It is remarkable stuff. The price is not high for what it represents. (RP)" (02/2003)
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "A burnished orange-meets-tawny color and lively aromas of caramel and apricot get this oloroso off to a fine start. A richly intense palate with bold acidity offers plenty of depth, while toasty flavors of coffee and walnuts finish with notes of chocolate and café latte. Overall, this is stylish and a cut above. *Editors’ Choice* (MS)" (03/2021) 92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "A fortified sherry (it’s fortified to prevent the growth of Flor), the NV Alvear Oloroso Asunción (100% Pedro Ximénez) is a beautiful effort that has a great ...
Price: $26.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Fino La Ina is a recent acquisition, as it was one of the flagship wines from the old, deceased Domecq winery. Quite pale, it feels fresh, with toasted sesame seeds, roasted nuts and salty notes in a fresh and light palate, with good acidity and short- to medium aging. (LG)" (08/2013) K&L Notes: Formerly owned by Domecq, this is one of Andalucía's most beloved, everyday fino sherries. Lustau recently purchased the solera as well as the trademark to this delicious fino. This is a recently bottled, impeccably fre...
Price: $21.99

The wonderful Vermut de Jerez from Lustau is the result of two great Spanish beverage houses coming together to create something superfluously good. Lustau, the storied producer of Sherry and The Caballero Family who have specialized in liquors since 1830. The result is an enchanting mixture of Jerez' great wine and classic Vermouth herbs and botanicals. The rich dark fruit and zippy structure of the wine blends perfectly with the bitters herbs like wormwood and gentian, while the aromatic depth of the coriander, angelica and orange peel round out the pa...
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This "en rama" (which literally translates as "out of the barrel") Fino is not filtered, in order to approximate the way this examplary fino tastes when a 'capataz' draws a sample of fino directly from the barrel and offers a taste. While a well-made fino, which is typically cold stabilized and rather aggressively filtered to reach a desired pale straw appearance and consistency, is a delicious drink, after sampling a true "en rama" style, with the intense combination of nutty, salty flavors which reall pop on the palate, you may find it difficult to ...
Price: $17.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Don't be put off by the intensely resinous scent; this is a complex, classic manzanilla, with dark nut notes in the intense flor-driven flavor and a brisk sea-salt edge. Under the flor, hints of lemon zest, dried apple and almonds merge in a delicate balance. Ideal with nothing more than a handful of marcona almonds." (04/2005) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Very high-pitched, with bright chalk, chamomile, salt and lemon seed notes. The vigorous finish has serious cut. Drink now. *Top 100 Wines of 2014* (JM)" (08/2014) Wine Ent...
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Made with 100% palomino fino grapes from the vineyards Cartera and Macharnudo Alto, in one of the noblest vine areas or ‘pagos’ in the Sherry District, located four kilometers West-Northwest of Jerez de la Frontera. The Fino En Rama Navazos ferments with local yeasts and, after a small fortification so as to increase its alcohol content from ca. 12.5% to 15% abv, the wine enters the solera system where it has aged under a layer of flor for an average of five years. It is therefore a well aged fino, indeed far from the ten or more years of age of Equipo ...
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91 points Wine Spectator: "This is bright for a cream Sherry, with green tea and singed ginger notes out front, providing heft to the date, raisin, caramel and charred bourbon barrel accents. The sleek finish lets the green tea edge reemerge, with well-embedded acidity for length. Drink now. (JM)" (10/2013) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Smooth and sweet, like a cream Sherry is supposed to be. On the nose, this one easily shifts from ripe apricot and peach fruit to nuts and saline. The palate starts with a blast of coffee and mocha and then folds in brown...
Price: $14.99

93 points Wine & Spirits: "Deliciosa grows at the Pago Miraflores in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and it’s typically aged for five years under flor. This lastest saca shows a lovely mix of almond flavors, salt and white fruit, all melding into the wine’s deep mineral notes. It’s substantial enough to serve in the company of blackened redfish." (08/2018) Jancis Robinson: "Slightly darker than some. Really nutty aroma, chewy, great freshness and a yeasty richness. Super-fresh and full of yeasty umami character as well as dried grasses. Long and intensely mouth-...
Price: $23.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Don't be put off by the intensely resinous scent; this is a complex, classic manzanilla, with dark nut notes in the intense flor-driven flavor and a brisk sea-salt edge. Under the flor, hints of lemon zest, dried apple and almonds merge in a delicate balance. Ideal with nothing more than a handful of marcona almonds." (04/2005) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Very high-pitched, with bright chalk, chamomile, salt and lemon seed notes. The vigorous finish has serious cut. Drink now. *Top 100 Wines of 2014* (JM)" (08/2014) Wine Ent...
Price: $11.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Juan García Jarana, the motorcycle magnate of Jerez, sells a portion of his soleras to Lustau for this delicate Oloroso. It starts with notes of candied almonds, coconut palm syrup and caramel. The hint of salinity lends complexity and freshness, without diminishing that delicate, pleasing sweetness." (06/2009) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Just add this oloroso to the growing list of excellent Sherries from Lustau. This one is tellingly nutty on the nose, thus the hazelnut and walnut flavors are expected as they become part of...
Price: $29.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I also got a last-minute bottle of the Saca Mayo 2019 of the NV Fino Tradición, which had just been bottled, and it really felt like I was drinking it straight from the bota. In fact, the palate had some tenderness that I didn't notice in the other bottlings, and the word that came to my head when drinking it was spherical, a round wine with no edges, especially after it had been in the glass for a couple of hours. The way to compare these bottlings is to pour a glass of each and follow its evolution for a couple...
Price: $39.99

93 points Wine & Spirits: "Extremely dry, this austere Amontillado comes from the white chalky albariza soils of the famed Macharnudo vineyard. It aged under flor for about eight years, and then spent eight more years aging oxidatively before being bottled. At first, it shows only the classic flavors of iodine and salt, with enchanting sea breeze notes. You have to wait for the fruit flavors to emerge, notes of roasted white fruit and nuts emerging in the midst of its cool flavors. Only for fans of super-dry Sherry, this is ideal for mojama, cured tuna b...
Price: $29.99

92 points Wine Spectator: "Intense, with roasted almond, Brazil nut and walnut notes lending this a slightly burly aspect, while gunpowder tea, bitter orange and almond accents add a taut feel through the finish. This is a distinctive, edgy version that Sherry geeks will dig. Drink now. 1,500 cases made" (02/2016) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Faraon Oloroso is aromatic with aromas of hazelnuts, walnuts, and raisins and a broad, dry flavor profile." (02/2007) Wine & Spirits: "An accessible Oloroso, this has briny aromas melding with s...
Price: $18.99

97 points James Suckling: "Concentrated and complex dried-fruit character that spans the fruit spectrum from citrus through to raisins. There’s a ton of caramel, too. Yet, miraculously, this isn’t a jot too much. Rather, the acidity shines a laser beam of light-like clarity onto these riches. Great length. Drink this sweet-sherry marvel now!" (10/2018) 95 points Decanter: "DWWA 2018 Gold Medal: Nuts and coffee on the wonderfully complex nose, with hints of cheese, rich deep chocolatey palate with coffee and spice in the delightfully long finish." (04/2...

92 points Wine & Spirits: "This is a selection from botas of Oloroso and Pedro Ximénez raised separately and then blended to age for three years in solera. The result puts the sweetness of the PX in front, with flavors of plum jam and tobacco. The salinity of the Oloroso brings freshness and fine minerality that play softly in the background. " (06/2011) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a ripe, honeyed style of Sherry with deep brown sugar and cinnamon aromas. Its solid palate is under control and not syrupy, tapering into brown sugar and fig flavor...
Price: $26.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Antique Amontillado is amber-colored and has a subtle nose of tobacco, some iodine, pollen, beeswax and hazelnuts. The medium- to full-bodied palate shows lots of concentration and acidity, with a very intense finish. 4,000 bottles are produced yearly. Drink 2013-2017. (LG)" (08/2013) 91 points Wine Spectator: "A dry, nervy style, offering balsam wood, clove, dried orange peel and Brazil nut notes that weave together through the lacy finish. Shows range, but stays delicate in feel overall." (10/2013) ...
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93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The NV Alvear Amontillado Carlos VII is a beauty, with more elegance and purity than the Criadera A release. Caramelized citrus, honey, salted peanuts, hints of blue cheese, and tons of spice notes all flow to a powerful yet elegant sherry that has bright acidity and a beautiful finish. This release can be thought of as a very old Fino where the flor has died and sunk to the bottom of the barrel, exposing the wine to oxygen and oxidation, which concentrates the wine (and raises the alcohol)." (09/2019) 93 points Robert Parker's ...

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: " The NV Palo Cortado Obispo Gascon, produced from Palomino grapes averaging 20 years old, and shows the telltale nose of Palo Cortado with its lactic touch and an off-dry nose of apricots, blond tobacco and spices. The palate is dominated by the salty notes (common to all Barbadillo wines), sharp, medium-bodied, with great length. Drink 2013-2019. (LG)" (08/2013) 91 points Wine Spectator: "A plump style, with glazed peach, toasted pecan and ginger notes backed by elegant green tea, ginger and incense accents. T...
Price: $32.99

Grant is one of the few remaining independent bodegas in El Puerto de Santa Maria, indeed one of the few remaining independent bodegas in all of the Sherry triangle. El Puerto is historically an area for almacenistas, producers who sell their stocks to the larger bodegas, which is exactly what Grant had done since the bodega's founding in 1824 until quite recently.
Price: $15.99

93 points Wine & Spirits: "This has the unmistakable delicacy and softness of El Maestro Sierra’s house style. Aged under the veil of flor for four years, it has strong acidity, a deliciously abrasive texture reminiscent of the albariza soils and a spicy finish that invites you to drink the whole bottle with a plate of pescaíto frito." (08/2017) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The non-vintage Fino offers up aromas and flavors of sea salt and roasted nuts. It is excellent as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to sushi. (JM)" (02/2007) Wine S...
Price: $21.99

This is a special selection Sherry made to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lustau. It is almost black in color. This wine is made from selected Pedro Ximmenez grapes that are dried on mats to concentrate their flavor and aroma. This wine smells like the world's most perfect raisin, mingled with just a hint of hay. It is very rich and thick, so thick that it coats the glass. Almost decadent to a fault, this wine still has the acidity to be in balance. If you love dessert wine, this is one you should definitely try!
Price: $42.99

An incredible 8-10 year average age Manzanilla, the Aurora is our newest Manzanilla and one of our more exciting Sanluqueño offerings in quite a while! A blend of two different soleras: one in barrio bajo which contributes umami driven savoriness and the other in barrio alto which lends a round richness, this is a Manzanilla that satisfies and clearly is punching beyond its weight class. Aromas of flor and tarragon lead to a lovely appley palate with surprising textural weight and length. A must try for fans of the inimitable dry Sherries of Sanlucar de...
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El Maestro Sierra was founded in 1830 by master cooper José Antonio Sierra, who ran a prosperous barrel-building business called La Merced. Recognized as one of the top coopers in the area, he longed to become involved in the Sherry trade itself. Eventually, he set about building a small winery with the aim of making the best sherries possible. Pilar Pla Pechovierto, the current owner of El Maestro Sierra since 1976, is a brave and resolute woman who managed to drive the business forward despite the prevailing machismo of the time. El Maestro Sierra be...
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91 points Wine Spectator: "This has enticing range, with hints of nectarine and white peach out front, followed quickly by a saltier profile of chalk, quinine, Brazil nut and citrus oil. The long, vigorous finish has lovely spine, leaving a fleur de sel note echoing. (JM)" (08/2014) K&L Notes: Lots of attention has recently been placed on the historic region and stunning wines of Jerez. Despite all the newspaper articles, restaurant by-the-glass placements, even a serious new book on the topic, the spotlight has generally avoided Rey Fernando de Castil...
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A fascinating brandy from Bodegas Yuste, one of the finest sherry houses in Spain. This began in 1946 as a pot distillation of palomino and aged in barrels for over 50 years. In 2016 it was converted into a solera with only a few hundred bottles a year produced. This means that a tiny amount of brandy is removed for bottling, the bulk remains 50+ years old, and then the casks are topped up with other brandy stocks to blend into the solera over the course of the next year. It's dark, oxidative and rich brandy wiith an elegant dry fruit flavor and long fin...
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Jancis Robinson: "Benchmark classic smoky-salty nose. Hay. Subtle, beautifully fresh, moderately sustained. Mouth-wateringly dry. Reliable and *Good Value* (JH)" (04/2016) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Talking about which, the NV Tio Pepe Fino is an icon of Sherry wine. Produced from Palomino grapes aged in the Tio Pepe solera for an average of four years under flor. It has a light nose of dried flowers, almonds and olives, in a subtle way and a dry palate dominated by the chalky notes. Light and easy to drink, it is a good introduction to Fino Sherr...
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Vermut La Gitana was created from an original recipe found in the Hidalgo family archives. The first record of its use was in the early 19th century. This is an exacting recreation of that once popular expression. Using Palomino Fino Oloroso Faraon and Pedro Ximenez Triana both matured for a minimum of 12 years in 100 year old American Oak Butts, the wines once blended are infused with aromatic herbs and other botanicals for another 6 months. Deep mahogany in color with expensive aromas of complex spices and citrus oil with hints of Christmas spice. P...
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94 points Wine & Spirits: "Notes of anise and clove distinguish this robust Oloroso, accenting its salinity. It recalls the coasts of Jerez with aromas and flavors of iodine, salt and the signature earthy dampness of Hidalgo's very old soleras. Firm on the palate, with sharp acidity that penetrates the depths of the wine's flavors, this would be delicious with clams sautéed in olive oil and garlic." (06/2009) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Shows lovely focus and persistence, with a prominent thread of bitter almond that runs from start to finish, while sin...
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97 points Jeb Dunnuck: "A true gem is the NV Amontillado Solera Fundación , a solera blend that spent 50 years or more in American oak casks, with some of the blend going back to the original blend started in 1729. It’s a tiny production release but offers extraordinary notes of caramel, toasted nuts, iodine, and blue cheese-like characteristics. Deep, full-bodied, thick and opulent on the palate, it stays balanced and light, and is a sensational, truly special Amontillado fitting for a special occasion." (03/2018) 95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advoca...
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "Inland from the coast, Montilla-Moriles does not feel the influence of the sea as greatly as Jerez. In the warmer climate, the wines tend to be more unctuous and ripe. In this case, the pedro ximénez has been vinified under flor, which gives it an inescapably salty flavor that overpowers the candied apricot and prune fruit. In the end, it’s a dry, delicious sherry for jamón serrano." (10/2015) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The NV Fino Gran Barquero is aged 8-10 years under flor, pushing the limits of biological ag...
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Vermouth is one of the most varied categories on the planet. Fortunately in the last couple years vermouth has begun it's steady comeback in the United States. In Spain - they've been drinking quality vermouth for ages. Yuste has revived an old family recipe for their vermouth which has all of the oxidatiive complexity of Oloroso, 41 botanicals, and a dab of PX to round everything out. Here's the producer's explanation: 41 botanicals such as Wormwood, Gentian, Sambuca, Coriander, Quinine and Centaurea highlight savory, bitter and floral elements. As all ...
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93 points Wine & Spirits: "This is the youngest Amontillado from Gonzalez Byass, with four years of aging under flor and another four years in oxidative aging. True to form, it is a delightful wine, graceful and elegant in its fine balance between acidity, minerality and a soft, almost delicate body. It takes on surprising force with air, a sense of limestone in scent and flavor that propels the wine toward something rich, like grilled sea bass." (10/2015) 91 points Wine Spectator: "Lemon peel, singed almond and walnut notes form the core, with a faint...
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An exceedingly rare oloroso, in that it is actually aged very briefly under flor prior to its 15-20 years of solera ageing oxidatively, the Villapanés is one of the great wines of Jerez. As with the other Emilio Hidalgo wines, there is an understated elegance which marks the wine and defines the style of the house.
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Bid on this 2-half-bottle lot of 2011 Alvear Pedro Ximenez de Añada Montilla-Moriles (375ml) (100RP, 94WE). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Alvear’s 2011 Pedro Ximenez de Anada is the most amazing Pedro Ximenez I have ever tasted. It may also be one of the first to be vintage-dated. The grapes were hand-harvested in September, then allowed to dry in the sunshine until they began fermentation, which is ultimately arrested by the addition of spirits. The wine spent six months in large American oak prior to being bottled. It is an amazing effort that looks like molasses. Notes of macerated figs, chocolate and caramelized tropical fruits emerge from this full-bodied, unctuously-textured wine. While sweet, it has enough acidity to balance out its richness. This astonishing 2011 Pedro Ximenez will last as long as any reader of this newsletter. (RP) (11/2013)
Starting Bid: $120.00

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