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Palo Cortado, Marques de Poley, Toro Albala (50 cl)

  • Provenance: Andalousia
  • Appellation: Montilla-Moriles
  • Domain: Toro Albala
  • Grape variety(ies): Pedro ximenez
  • Style of wine: Vin initiatique
  • Alcohol degree: 20.5%
A new addition to the range of this timeless estate, this Palo Cortado has an amber colour with coppery undertones. It has an elegant nose of tobacco, precious wood and spices, evolving on citrus peel and dried fruit. After the dry and voluminous entry on the palate, typical of long-aged wines, it unfolds in a full and velvety way, with a fatness that wraps around a vivifying acidity. The salty finish is carried by great, beautiful bitters! Wine Advocate, R. Parker: 92/100
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Aged in solera. Unfiltered vintage.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Cheeses, pâtés, veal rice, grilled tuna, gelatinous meats such as pigs' feet. In general, with dishes spiced with aromatic herbs, as they need a great aromatic intensity to contrast.

The Andalusian vineyards are divided into several appellations, including Montilla-Moriles, which certainly has the oldest vineyards in the region, as it was already prosperous in Roman times. The climate here is continental, very warm, with short winters and low rainfall. The harvest begins in mid-August and is the earliest in Spain. The king grape variety is Pedro Ximenez (PX), which is vinified into dry or sweet wines in oxidative modes, with long to very long maturation. Located in the village of Aguilar de la Frontera, 50 kilometres from Cordoba, the estate was founded in 1844 by Antonio Sánchez Prieto. In 1922, José Toro Albala, who had a passion for both wine and archaeology, restored and moved the winery to the old power station in Aguilar, with its large underground warehouses ideal for storing wine. For almost a century, the winery produced wine to be aged in its cellars, but without bottling it. Things changed at the end of the 20th century with the birth of the first vintages. For some years now, Antonio Sanchez Romero has been at the helm of the winery, creating unique jewels without losing sight of the essence of his estate, the Pedro Ximenez: an extraordinary grape variety. A true romantic character, he is also a great oenologist, with encyclopaedic knowledge and a lively and always inventive personality. His wines reflect this.

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