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Pedro Romero Fino Pale Dry NV
Type: Dry fine wine from biological maturing process, without oxidative aging,under permanent flower yiest. Grape variety: Palomino fino. Pale golden colour - Flower aroma and delicat efragrances of top quality wood. - Soft to the palate,clean,dry and sensible with complex hints of wood aging.
External Reviews for Pedro Romero Fino Pale Dry
This is a simple, light-bodied, mineral-tinged Fino with seductive flavors of almond that last. For aperitifs.
Tarnished silver color; as clean and clear as one could possibly hope for. Alluring smells of baker’s yeast and sourdough bread in the opening inhalations; seven more minutes of aeration stimulate delightfully tart / acidic / astringent notes of sour apple and bread dough, with background scents of carnations; I like this bouquet a lot. Entry is very sour and like unripened yellow fruit; midpalate borders on being too extreme in its sourness (and might be for some fino lovers), but the overall flavor profile certainly contains more than ample charm and earthiness to make it recommendable.
The Fino Pale Dry is fresh, lively, and intensely flavored.
A good little wine but proof that not al finos are made equally. Pedro Romero is light as day, with almondy aromas and a touch of flower blossom on the nose. The palate is wet, a little thin and entirely basic, with white peach, pepper and a touch of mushroom.
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