The Cuatro Palmas shows the evolution of a fino all the way through to an Amontillado. This comes from a solera of just six barrels called Solera Museo which has an average age of 45 to 50 years old
Tio Pepe is just one of a wide range of excellent sherries produced by Gonzalez Byass in Jerez. From bone-dry Fino to rich, sweet PX there is a sherry-style to suit every occasion.
Fino ‘Tres Palmas’ is a fine and rare ten year old Fino that has been selected from the very small number of barrels still retaining a thin veil of flor after a decade of ageing.
An eight year old Fino selected from a tiny number of casks in the Tio Pepe Solera still retaining a delicate layer of Flor.
Exclusively available in Waitrose
It’s dry. It’s gold. It’s an amontillado. It’s the perfect refreshing aperitif if you serve it cold and want to surprise and delight.
A rare six year old wine from the Tio Pepe Solera, bottled unfiltered and unclarified.
Leonor, the latest addition to the premium range, is a Palo Cortado – that most mysterious of sherry styles; aged for over 12 years it has fine aromas of wood, vanilla and almonds and a deliciously nutty palate.
An oloroso that’s oh so tasty. Dryish, nuttyish and very very moreish. Serve chilled with snacks and confidence.
A sweet oloroso. A classic. Try it over ice and with good puds. Liquid gold.
The clue’s in the name. The taste of the rich Pedro Ximenez grape is deep, dark and delicious. Pour it over vanilla ice cream. Intense.