94 points Falstaff
"Medium mahogany, wide ocher edge, green reflections. Intensive dried fruit tank length, some figs and nougat underlaid with fine herbal seasoning. Elegant, honey-sweet and harmonious, mineral and long-lasting."
90 points Wine Spectator
"Very intense palate with muscovado and Christmas spice – clove, anise, cinnamon. Thick yet not cloying – quite a balancing act – an impressive mouthful. 17/20 points. (RH)"
Vinous Reverie Notes
Natural sweet wine that takes its name from the grape variety with which it is made, although it is also known as raisin wine. It is the sweetest wine in the range. Oxidative aging wine, obtained by the partial fermentation of grape juices of the Pedro Ximénez variety previously raked, with about 2-3 years of aging using the traditional system of soleras and criaderas in American oak boots. It is very sweet. Tasting Notes: Dark mahogany, dense and creamy, it presents powerful notes of fresh raisins and other notes of raisin. In the mouth it is intense, sweet and tasty, with an excellent acid-sweet balance that makes it fresh and harmonious and gives it great volume and persistence. Food Pairing: A modern style pedro ximénez invites you to be creative in pairing and not limit it exclusively to desserts. Appetizers, cheeses, foie gras or stuffed meats will harmonize perfectly with this wine.