Triana Pedro Ximénez Viejo 30 Años VORS 50cl50cl
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Description of Triana Pedro Ximénez Viejo 30 Años VORS 50cl
Triana Pedro Ximénez Viejo 30 Años VORS 50cl (Pedro Ximénez)
Producer: Bodegas Emilio Hidalgo
Grapes: Pedro Ximénez
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In the second half of s. XIX the Hidalgo family begins the winery activity starting from soleras of wine and vineyards of his property.More about the Winery
The NV Pedro Ximenez Triana VORS from sun-dried Pedro Ximenez grapes has 15% alcohol and 450 grams of residual sugar. Dark, opaque mahogany color, dense, motor-oil thick, it has a compact nose of roasted coffee, chocolate, prunes and noble woods. It is full-bodied with a velvety texture, managing to keep the freshness. There is an ice cream popular in the south of Spain made with rum and raisins, and this wine reminds me of it. In any case, it manages to balance concentration and old age with elegance and drinkability, in a difficult-to-obtain combination. 1,000 half-liter bottles are filled each year. Drink 2013- 2025. This is a small family winery in Sanlucar, where they started making wine as far back as 1792, represented by Javier Hidalgo, the sixth generation of the family. Their most prominent brand is La Gitana used for their Manzanilla, which is added to the family surname to identify the company and make sure it’s not confused with Emilio Hidalgo, Hidalgo being a quite common family name in Spain and in Andalucia. They own 100 hectares of vineyards in Sanlucar, stock 7,500 botas of Sherry, and have singled-out Pastrana, a smaller plot within the bigger pago Miraflores, from which they produce some of the few single-vineyard wines in the region. Other than that they have also managed to work with local almacenistas thus obtaining a great, complete range of wines, which has recently been simplified. The total output is 1,500,000 bottles per year (mostly Manzanilla), and like a few others, they are offering their older, most exclusive wines in half-liter bottles.View more