A Pedro Ximénez of grapes collected in the Montes de Málaga, in vineyards of decaying slate soils surrounded by an abrupt landscape. It spends five years aging in centuries-old American oak wood, which brings to this amber PX those touches of dulce de leche and toasted sugar so characteristic.
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Everyone knows them as Dimobe but, in reality, the winery is called Bodega Antonio Muñoz Cabrera. Things of the notoriety of a brand that is easy to remember. The important thing, of course, is the history of this family that has been making wines in the DO Málaga for five generations, a DO that has a very complicated regulation that includes up to 19 types of wine between dry, sweet, natural or liquor, tears (without pressing ), sunny or clothed (with the addition of syrup). Endless styles, many of which are no longer produced today as only a handful of makers have survived. Among them, the Antonio Muñoz Cabrera Winery, the fourth generation at the helm, the fifth runs between old barrels and vessels where the wines age without any contributions from the wood. Wines with history, traditional wines, great prices, master purchases.