An old and rare bottle of Cream Sherry from Pedro Domecq dating from 1963!
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A V.O.S (Very Old Sherry) Pedro Ximénez Bodegas Tradición who only bottled well-aged wines at their Jerez bodega. More info
A VOS Cream Sherry(!) and possibly the very best Cream Sherry around. It's made with 70% very old Oloroso and a younger Pedro Ximénez from Bodegas Tradición. More info
An award-winning Sherry that once received 94 points in Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. Extraordinary stuff. More info
A very highly rated Oloroso Sherry bottled from a Solera system that contains some very old wines indeed! More info
A stunning old Amontillado Sherry, which received 96 points in Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. More info
A cream Sherry aged in a Solera system and bottled in the 1970s.
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This cream Sherry was said to be "Very Old & Sweet" when it was released - probably back in the 1970s - and now can be said to be an old bottling. And just look at it! That bottle is pretty… More info
This is a 1970s bottling of Pedro Domecq Double Century, a golden Oloroso Sherry. Should be very interesting for the Sherry enthusiasts out there...
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A 1960s bottling of Solera aged Amontillado Sherry from Bodegas de José Pemartin.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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This rare bottle of Oloroso Sherry from Bucktrout's is certainly an antique, though not quite from the Elizabethan era as the name suggests. We believe this one was bottled in 1953.
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A Spanish cream Sherry, produced by John William Burdon. Not only is this Sherry described as "Heavenly", the label also claims that it is "The King of Sherries. The Sherry of Kings."
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C F Marlow & Co
Another bottle of Marlow's Medium Dry Pale Sherry - this one is from the 1950s and features not much other information on the label, other than it was from Spain. Mysterious...
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C F Marlow & Co
A Medium Dry Sherry, which we believe to have been bottled by Marlow & Co. in the 1960s. Very old, rather dusty and the label has been damaged in places.
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A 1967 bottling of sweet Sherry that from top Spanish producers Osborne. I'm afraid there's no abv on the label though, so we can't tell you the exact strength. More info
Made from Palomino grapes, and Solera aged for between 9 and 10 years, this is an aromatic, nutty, slightly smoky sherry from Herederos de Argueso. More info
A full flavoured Oloroso sherry from Colosia, a brand which has only recently started bottling its sherries under its own name. Colosia was originally one of the Almacenistas (small bodegas which… More info
Palo Cortado is a slightly rarer sherry variety, which is basically an Amontillado which has lost its flor in the barrel and has been further fortified. Obispo Gascon is a very dry, complex sherry.… More info
Delicious sweetened nutty Oloroso Sherry from Barbadillo. More info
Rich and very full bodied, lots of nutty, oaky, fruity notes. This is made with 90% palomino grapes, and 10% Pedro Ximenez. More info
A classic Amontillado from Romate. This is very dry, with a full nose of nuts, vanilla and hints of smoke with a nutty, tangy palate. More info
A half bottled of the brilliant 2015 release of Fine En Rama. This time, the Sherry comes from the Constancia and Rebollo soleras, which have long been used by Tio Pepe. It was then bottled… More info
An Amontillado from Barbadillo, awarded 80.4 points by the International Wine and Spirits Competition in 2006. More info
A nutty, oaky Amontillado sherry from Harveys. This offers up notes of almond and cedar, and makes a great aperitif. 100% palomino grapes. More info
From Osborne's Very Old Rare Sherry range comes a well-aged Amontillado Sherry, given the title 51-1a, named after the first row of Solera No. 51. Lots of fruit, lots of almond and a few bread-y… More info