Pedro Ximénez

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Common synonyms: Ximénez, Jimenez, Ximénès, Pedro, Pedro Giménez, Pedro Jimenez, Pedro Khimenes, Pedro Ximénès, Pedro Ximenes De Jerez, Pedro Ximenez De Montilla, Pero Ximen, Pasa Rosada De Malaga, Uva Pero Ximenez, Uva Pero Ximen, Pero Ximenez, Alamis De Totana, Alamis, Myuskadel, Ximenecia and the abbreviation PX

Parentage of the grape: None found. Ancient variety. There is a legend that it was brought from the Rhine by a Spanish soldier in the 17th century, but this has not been substantiated. It is not to be confused with the completely different variety called Pedro Gimenez that is found in Argentina and Chile.

History of the grape: Though it is grown throughout southern Spain, this grape variety is best known for the wines it produces in Andalucia, particularly Montilla-Moriles. Less productive and more disease-prone than Palomino, it is almost never grown in Jerez anymore, but is imported there from Montilla Moriles. The grapes are then left out Read more »

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  • I can't find the ideal match though I haven't strayed from dry whites and reds yet. Correct me if I'm wrong but aged brie has a bit of that moldiness that almost reminds me of TCA. Who wants a wine that complements TCA? If wine did go with TCA then cork taint wouldn't be a fault! Anyway maybe I should venture into the sweeter realm since bluevei... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What wine for Brie?


  • Pedro Romero Sherry Cream Full Sweet NV

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    I bought this impulsively when I realized I was too cheap to splurge on a good bottle of port. I had no idea what it would be like and in fact, I mostly associated it with old British ladies. It was cheap though, and I noticed several varieties that had 90+ scores from Robert Parker, so I decided to try it out. On the whole, I really enjoyed it.... Read More

    Wine review by HolidayGolightly


  • As far as I'm concerned, there is no better way to end the day than reading a good book while sipping a glass of good port. Here's the challenge: port's not cheap. The very best port I've had was a Taylor Fladgate 20 Year Old Tawny Port. I loved its complexity, but at nearly $50 a bottle, that's an occasional indulgence at best. I tried some Fon... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Port on a budget?


  • Alvear Pedro Ximenez de Anada 2003

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    My review:http://enotheque.blogspot.com/2007/01/2003-alvear-montilla-moriles-pedro.html Read More

    Wine review by enotheque


  • Alvear Px Montilla-Moriles 2004

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    Learn more on Montilla-Moriles (with review of this wine)http://enotheque.blogspot.com/2006/04/spains-finest-dessert-wine-inside-look.html Read More

    Wine review by enotheque


  • San León Manzanilla Sherry NV

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    Amazing length. oing for miniate at least. Read More

    Wine review by lhsyd


  • Alvear Pedro Ximénez Montilla-Moriles Montilla-Moriles NV

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    Very very thick treacle like wine. Sweet and a bit cloying, this is a port like wine, but it was too much for me. Lacking in acidity the sweetness made the wine feel flabby, and the gloupiness was overpowering. Its interesting, and fairly unique, but it overpowered my dessert, although it might work with a strong cheese. Read More

    Wine review by Philip


  • El Coto Cote de Imaz Gran Reserva 1996

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    No written review

    Wine review by LaSalle


  • El Coto Cote de Imaz Gran Reserva 1996

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    Wine review by LaSalle


  • Pedro Luis Martinez Jumilla Alceño Selección Roble 2003

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    No written review

    Wine review by svllorca


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