Solera 1847 Cream - Gonzalez Byass

12.99 €
0.75 l (17.32€ * / 1 l)

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Solera 1847 Cream - Gonzalez Byass
12.99 €
0.75 l (17.32€ * / 1 l)

Prices incl. VAT, excl. shipping costs

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 The Solera 1847 Cream by Gonzalez Byass is an aromatic, sweet sherry made from Palomino Fino (75%) and Pedro Ximenez (25%) grape varieties. The grapes grow in the Spanish wine region DO Jerez. On the occasion of the birth of his first son in 1847, Manuel María González founded the Solera in 1847. 

In the glass, this wine sparkles in a shiny amber with golden highlights. Intense aromas of raisins, dried figs and fine oak notes flatter the nose. The palate is taken by this sherry from a full-bodied, soft body with juicy sweetness. Dry plums blend with nutty aromas and elegant Solera oak to create an elegant fullness. The aromatic finale comes with a never-ending reverberation. 

Vinification of Byass Solera 1847 Cream

The grapes for this sweet sherry are harvested and vinified separately. First, the berries are fermented in stainless steel tanks  and then sprayed on to 18% by volume. Subsequently, this sherry first matures separately in oak barrels (600 litres) in two separate Solera systems. When the first maturation period of about 3 years is complete, the two sherries are married together and placed in the old Solera 1847 for a further 5 years. 

Food recommendation for the Cream Solera 1847 Gonzalez Byass

This sweet sherry is an excellent accompaniment to all kinds of desserts - whether with fresh fruit, nut, chocolate or cream ice cream. But this sherry also goes perfectly with small snacks (roasted almonds) or spicy cheeses. 

Awards for  the Solera 1847 Cream Gonzalez Byass

    • Mundus Vini: Gold (Award August 2013)
    • International Spirits Challenge (ISC): Gold Medal
Product type: Wine
Type of Wine: Fortified Wine
Style of Wine: Sherry
Wine colour: White
Wine acidity in g/l: 4,2
Residual sugar in g/l: 118,0
Sweetness: sweet
Country: Spain
Region: Andalusia (ES)
Sub region: Jerez DO (ES)
Occasion & Theme: Apéritif , family event , Gift for good friends , perfect for an evening in front of the chimney , Romantic Dinner
Ageing in: small barrel
Grape Variety: Palomino Fino , Pedro Ximénez
Vintage: NV
Quality Classification & Rating: D.O. Denominación de Origen
Awards: ISC International Spirits Challenge - Gold
Maturation: Halbstückfass 600 l
Duration of maturation (in Months): 96
Aromas & Palate Notes: dried fruits , ořechové , dřevité
Mouthfeel/ Texture: dense
Finish: very long
Optimal serving temperature in °C: 15 - 18
Style: Old World , classic , fragrant
Food Pairing: Desserts , spicy food
Glass Recommendation: Dessert Wine Glass , Sherry Glass/ Nosing Glass
Bottle Design & Features: Bordeaux Style , classic
Bottle size in L: 0,75
Shutter type: Cork
Alcohol % ABV: 18,0
Allergens & Misc. Ingredients: contains sulfites and sulfur dioxide
Distributor: González Byass - Manuel María González 12 - 11403 Jerez de Frontera - Spanien

Süß und fruchtig

Ein leckerer Sherry, der seinen Preis wert ist. Viel besser als Sandemann.

| May 21, 2017
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