Wine Solera 1847
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Palomino fino grape , Pedro Ximénez grape
- TYPE OF WINE: Sweet
- Designation of Origin: Jerez
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 18º
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 14º-15º
- WINERIES: Gonzalez Byass
- TASTING NOTES: View: Mahogany color, amber reflections, medium high layer, clean, good dense and somewhat tinted tear. On the nose: good presence of aromas of raisins, honeyed notes, coffee, chocolate. The palate is dense, with body, toasting sensations, coffee liqueur, tight acidity that lightens, toffee caramel. Good persistence
- BARREL AGING: 96 months
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Production of Solera 1847
As soon as the Palomino grapes arrive in the cellar they are gently pressed. The must obtained from this first pressing is called "must yolk" and is considered the most elegant and delicate. The Pedro Ximénez grapes will be pressed separately. After fermentation and classification, Palomino wine is fortified to 18% and Pedro Ximénez to 15.5%. Each wine enters a solera of American oak boots, to age in contact with the air. After being mixed, the wines will remain in the solera of Solera 1847.
What kind of wine is Solera 1847
Sweet generous wine with 8 years of aging following the Solera system.
The Gonzalez Byass winery
It was in 1835 when the young Manuel María González Ángel founded González Byass and began, thus, a long and passionate journey dedicated to the world of wine.
Manuel Mª found the best support to start in the fascinating business of Jerez in his maternal uncle, José Ángel, Tío Pepe. He was the one who taught him everything about fine wine to the point of giving name to the foundation solera in whose boots can still be read today "Solera del Tío Pepe". Thus begins the legend of the most famous Fino in Spain and the world.
Currently, it is still a family winery, presided over by the 5th generation of the González family who has always shown their passion for the world of wine, their love of nature and support for the environment.
Variety of grapes used in Solera 1847
Variety: Palomino Fino 75% and Pedro Ximenez 25%
It is noteworthy to note that the vintage of the varieties of grapes intended for the production of sweet wines, is especially characteristic since the grape is previously subjected to the process of "soleo", being placed in the open air to achieve its pasificación, its duration depends of the weather conditions and may last more than a week.
Wine pairing Solera 1847
Ideal as an aperitif with cheese or desserts not too sweet, based on ice cream or fruit, as a dessert wine goes well with apple pie.
Occasions in which Solera 1847 is appropriate
In all kinds of celebrations.
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Degree of alcohol of Solera 1847
Optimum service temperature of Solera 1847
Recommended to consume at 14º-15º.
Solera wine awards 1847
Mundus Vini Silver 2015
Sakura Japan Women's wine Awards Double Gold 2014
Mundus Vini Gold 2013
International wine Challenge Gold 2013
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