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  • “Triana” Pedro Ximénez, Bodegas Hidalgo, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 15% vol, 50cl

    “Triana” Pedro Ximénez, Bodegas Hidalgo, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 15% vol, 50cl

    SH32

    From family owned Bodegas Hidalgo, established in 1792 and with a reputation for producing excellent wines.

     

    Sun dried Pedro Ximénez grapes are used to make this very impressive sweet sherry.

     

    Dark mahogany colour, the nose is bursting with raisins, toffee and caramel. Opulently  sweet with dried plum raisins on the palate. A very viscous wine with a long finish.

     

    Great with home made vanilla ice cream.

     

    £15.18

  • Pedro Ximenéz, Gutiérrez Colosía, El Puerto de Santa María, 17% vol, 37.5cl

    Pedro Ximenéz, Gutiérrez Colosía, El Puerto de Santa María, 17% vol, 37.5cl

    SH02

    The Gutiérrez Colosía Bodegas are located in Puerto de Santa María and date back to 1838.

     

    The architecture of the warehouses is known as Nave Cathedral (cathedral-like). These arched buildings, of significant height, help expose the wines to the influence of the local climate.

     

    A rich and concentrated PX. Ageing in the relatively cooler climate of El Puerto de Santa María brings a touch of balancing finesse to this rich wine.

     

    HALF BOTTLE

    £17.22

  • Monastrell Dulce 2015, Bodegas Castaño, Yecla, 16% vol, 50cl

    Monastrell Dulce 2015, Bodegas Castaño, Yecla, 16% vol, 50cl

    SPW08

    Based in Yecla, in the hills inland of Alicante in south-eastern Spain, Bodegas Castaño is known for its huge efforts to promote one of Spain’s native varieties, Monastrell (Mourvèdre). The Castaño family owns over 410 hectares of vineyards 80% of which are planted with Monastrell.

     

    The grapes for this wine are grown in vineyards at an altitude of 750m above sea level, from vines with an average age of just under 40 years.

     

    After crushing, a long, cool maceration took place at 17°C to extract colour, aromas and the soft, sweet Monastrell tannins. Fermentation was stopped once the must reached 5-7% alcohol by volume by adding grape spirit. This ensured that residual sugar was left in the wine giving the lingering, sweet finish as well as the higher alcohol of a fortified wine. After fermentation, the wine was aged in French and American oak barrels for eight months before bottling.

     

    Intense ruby colour, with notes of raisin, honey and dried fig along with plum jam aromas. The wine is deliciously fresh and sweet, with a rounded mouthfeel and extraordinary mouthwatering acidity that balances the sweetness of the persistent finish.

    £18.00

  • “Cardenal Cisneros” Pedro Ximénez, Sánchez Romate Hernanos, Jerez de la Frontera, 18% vol, 75cl

    “Cardenal Cisneros” Pedro Ximénez, Sánchez Romate Hernanos, Jerez de la Frontera, 18% vol, 75cl

    SH27

    Juan Sánchez de la Torre founded Sánchez Romate in 1781 in Jerez to produce fine wines. More than two centuries later Sánchez Romate is one of the oldest bodegas in Spain and one of the few that remains in family hands. This has allowed the company to maintain its independence and continue making wines in the same time-honoured tradition. Over the years their quality has been rewarded with appointments to the Huse of Lords and the Vatican.

     

    This after-dinner wine par excellence is made from Pedro Ximénez grapes, harvested when very ripe and left out in the sun to attain a higher concentration of sugar. The result is a delicately exquisite, dark-coloured wine with a sweet flavour and a velvety texture.

     

    Perfect with rich puddings – especially Christmas pudding. Delicious poured over really good home made vanilla ice cream!

    £31.32