Osborne Jerez-Xeres-Sherry Amontillado Solera Aos 2008

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Solera named in 1903 after Antonio. 22% alc. Bottle #287. Aromas and flavors of butter, cream, toffee, flowers, and old wood. Dry, tastes of age, with fabulous bitter orange notes.

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Color: Red
Varietal: Palomino
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Osborne:
200 years of history of one of Spain's longest established companies. Over two centuries that have marked its identity. Over two centuries of ongoing innovation. Over two centuries as sector leaders, thanks to efficient menagment and above all thanks to the endeavour of a group of companies, where each generation has known how to combine hard work, quality and tradition. The history of Osborne ... Read more
200 years of history of one of Spain's longest established companies. Over two centuries that have marked its identity. Over two centuries of ongoing innovation. Over two centuries as sector leaders, thanks to efficient menagment and above all thanks to the endeavour of a group of companies, where each generation has known how to combine hard work, quality and tradition. The history of Osborne can be traced back no the end of the 18th century, when a young English trader, Thomas Osborne Mann, from Exeter (Devon, England), settled in Cadiz. Read less

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Snooth User: drdebs
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08/08/2008

Solera named in 1903 after Antonio. 22% alc. Bottle #287. Aromas and flavors of butter, cream, toffee, flowers, and old wood. Dry, tastes of age, with fabulous bitter orange notes.



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