Romate Solera Reserva70cl
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Romate Solera Reserva is a Top Selling brandy that's especially pleasing in its kindness and balance, characteristics that make it an excellent option to accompany an after-dinner chat. With Romate Solera Reserva, as with the rest of the products in the Sánchez Romate range, we can see for ourselves the effort to achieve an excellent product, an effort that is born in the vine itself and that is maintained until the bottle.
The result is reflected in the pleasant organoleptic characteristics of Romate Solera Reserva , which comes all the way from Jérez de la Frontera to your table, to add a new twist to coffee time.
Description of Romate Solera Reserva
Romate Solera Reserva
- Colour: Romate Solera Reserva has a translucent mid-brown colour with bright copper hues.
- Aroma: Clean on the nose, with a round aroma and subtle fruity notes. The bouquet is completed with oaky hints and aromas of old wine.
- Taste: Dry sensation on the palate, with a smooth character and a balanced profile. Sweet hints of coffee and cocoa. The finish is intense and vivid, with a sweet aftertaste.
PRODUCER: Sánchez Romate.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: With a long history in the art of crafting spirits that dates back to 1781, the Sánchez Romate house presents this sherry brandy carefully distilled into perfection. Obtained from the distillation of wine from the Palomino, Airén, and Pedro Ximénez grape varieties conducted in copper stills, this spirit is carefully aged in old American oak barrels for at least two years. This house incorporates the modern techniques of quality control into the most traditional methods of distillation, thus creating truly superb spirits. Smooth and elegant on the palate, this brandy is perfect to be enjoyed on its own or with a couple of ice cubes. Or if you fancy a more daring flavour, this is the perfect brandy for a mojito cocktail, or a more sophisticated brandy Alexander.
At the end of the 18th century, the busy streets of Jerez de la Frontera was proof of the bustling activity in the city, which was thriving thanks to the exports of its renowned wines.More about the Producer