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1927 Alvear Pedro Ximenez Solera (half bottle)
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Don Diego de Alvear y Escalera began producing wine in Montilla in 1729. Eight generations later, the Alvear family are still stewards of the Pedro Ximenez grape at the now modernized facility.

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1927 Alvear Pedro Ximenez Solera (half bottle)

Producer: Alvear
Style: Fortified
Grape Type: other red varietal
Origin: Spain
Region: Jerez and Montilla

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Was very pleased
by Dredla12687609
In a word outstanding, My palate was in awe with every taste.
by chini
excellent. thick and syrupy, with molasses and raisin notes
This is GOOD!!!!
I work at a wine shop... and i taste many wines on a weekly basis... i am a port/sherry LOVER... and this wine ASTOUNDED me... I drank it and ordered a case... it is smooth, seductive...everything i ever wanted...(in a wine!) let it sit for a few hours and it brings even more to the table!
What wine to serve on the 80th birthday of my father?
by bloomberg11403983
Last Aug 17th my father turned 80 years of age. I thought to myself, what wine should we serve on such a day? I called my friend Thomas at Clinton Wines and he thought for a minute what do I have from 1926? Since he was fresh out of wines from that vintage he suggested a 1927 Pedro Ximenez Sherry. I thought he was joking until I received my order in the mail several days later. Well I presented the wine during the birthday party and everyone would not belive me that this wine was produced 79 years ago. But the label is so new?, but this can't be... Then we tasted this marvel. Everyone got very quiet.This wine,named after the same grape varietal (Pedro Ximenez) was stunning. It had a port like quality to it with hints of raisins,nuts and other sun ripened fruit. I was in heaven. The wine was solid,smooth and had a silky finish like no other. This was one of those "wine" moments you maybe have every ten years. Everyone was impressed. Served with a light chill I went back to the bottle all alone after the party while I was sitting on my deck underneath a full moon. I lit up one of my finest Cuban Cigars and thought what a great way to celebrate such a date. When you taste a great wine like the 1927 Pedro Ximenez you will never forget the time , the date and the place in which you were able to sink your lips in such a masterpiece. P.S don't let the label fool you the wine btl is labeled when the wine is shipped out of the winery. Thank you Thomas
1927 Alvear TN
This is a lovely dessert wine in a solera style started nearly 80 years ago. The initial nose of fig and molasses eventually opens to reveal a subtle lemon peel in the finish. This is a superb value at ~$20. Grab as much as you can get! You can drink this by itself or I like to accompany it with a vanilla creme brulee or simply vanilla ice cream.
Nice flavor, but a little cloying.
by Lukmire11957792
In this day and age, will any critic label a wine "too ripe?" Maybe they should, starting with this one. There is a place for subtlety in wine, and I think this should have a little more. Subtlety, that is...


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About Spain

Spain has more acres under vine than any other country and ranks third in production behind Italy and France. Much of this output continues to be hot-country jug wine made to satisfy the everyday thirsts of the domestic and greater European markets
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