Oloroso with VORS license plate and in sweet format. Three parts of Palomino by one of Pedro Ximenez asoleado that concentrates sugars to a greater extent. The wines enter separately in the solera, but after a year they are assembled to be together both, for almost thirty years. There are happy marriages that don't get it. If you want to know what a mahogany color looks like, open a bottle of this old oloroso and clear up the doubts; but best of all is to smell it and of course drink it. Nuances of morería, dates, raisins and nuts are the ones that open the way to a deeply velvety palate. When nobody sees me, I usually dip a soletilla cake in the glass.
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