Light pale gold color to this wine and pours very clear/briliant. The nose on this wine is seriously pretty with a rich honey quality that makes me... Read more
Radiant medium gold in color that literally sparkles in the light. Elegant honey and white floral notes on the nose, followed by notes fresh cantal... Read more
Food Pairings for Bodegas Osborne Coquinero Fino Amontillado
Light pale gold color to this wine and pours very clear/briliant. The nose on this wine is seriously pretty with a rich honey quality that makes me think of the honey and fresh cheese(mato) dish they serve in Catalunya, Spain. Streaks of caramel wisp in and out with a raw nut element. FUN! In the mouth this wine is soft, delicate, and yet finishes rich and bold. Really a bold wine for such a delicate appearance! Imagine that honey from the nose now mixed with flowers and salted nuts. I'm in love, this wine for the price is incredible, and the complexity will make the experience of drinking the whole bottle a true joy.
Radiant medium gold in color that literally sparkles in the light. Elegant honey and white floral notes on the nose, followed by notes fresh cantaloupe, sea breeze and raw almonds. If you allow your nose to linger long enough, which is inevitable, you'll find just a streak of butter and toffee. In the mouth, this is pure heaven, as we all know the Gods love sherry, blessed with rich flavors of raw almonds, lemon and pure unadulterated cream. This is a wine for anyone even remotely pondering the thought of a perfectly dry sherry with just a touch of sweetness on the finish. Sigh...you just don't get better than this!
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