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Located in Andalusia in the province of Cadiz, the appellation covers a little over 10,000 ha. The wines of Jerez, all mutated, owe their inimitable character to a process of aging (flora) and assemblage (criadera and solera) almost unique in the world. The great local grape variety is palomino, a variety well suited to the Andalusian canicula summers and soils of white chalk called albarizas. The wines of Jerez come in two families: the fino, a dry and pale wine raised under yeast veil, and the oloroso, a dry and dark and powerful wine.

  • Emilio Lustau, Dry Oloroso Don Nuno

    91 points Wine Enthusiast   "Opens with a wonderful set of nutty, dry aromas along with pit fruits like nectarine, apricot and peach. The palate is a cacaphony of toasty, peppery flavors sweetened by caramel and brown sugar. It has a fine feel...

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  • Equipo Navazos, Navazos Fino En Rama, NV

    92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "Full yellow colour. Mellow, slightly salty, nutty nose with fine citrus and spice notes. The palate is fresh and tangy with nuts, herbs and some spice. Very attractive and quite elegant; nothing sticks out. It...

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  • Hidalgo Fino Sherry NV

    90 points Wine Spectator "Sea salt, Brazil nut and dried chamomile notes are racy and filigreed, with a stony edge on the finish."   Vinous Reverie Notes All Finos develop under the veil of flor and this is evident on the nose of this wine,...

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