The so-called dessert wine refers to those wines with a sweetness suitable for various desserts. These wines are called pudding wines in the Anglo-Saxon world, especially in Australia, due to their stickiness, they are called "sticky" (sticky). The most famous are the malagueños, Sauternes, and Tokaji Aszú, most of which are usually taken alone ...
The so-called dessert wine refers to those wines with a sweetness suitable for various desserts. These wines are called pudding wines in the Anglo-Saxon world, especially in Australia, due to their stickiness, they are called "sticky" (sticky). The most famous are the malagueños, Sauternes, and Tokaji Aszú, most of which are usually taken alone after meals.
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Jerez (sherry in English and xérès in French) refers to several Spanish wines grown in the Andalusian cities of Jerez de la Frontera, El Santa María and Santa Luca de Barrameda, although the wines from their production areas also include wines from the municipalities from Chiclana de la Frontera, Chipiona, Puerto Real, Rota, Trebuena and Le Brigia (the latter in the province of Seville). The geographical area made up of the production area and the sherry aging area is called Marco de Jerez. This winemaking know-how is a key element of urban history and of the cultural characteristics of its neighbors that constitute the framework.
"Marco de Jerez" is a Spanish wine-growing region located in the provinces of Cádiz and Seville in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, where Jerez is produced and raised. It is made up of Jerez de la Frontera (which bears his name), Sanluca de la Barrameda, Puerto de Santa María, Trebuena, Chiclana De La Frontera, Puerto Real, Rota, Chipiona and Le Brigia (the only family in the province) make up Seville) . It is divided into two different areas, namely "production area" and "breeding area". The producing area is made up of Jerez, Sanlúcar, El Puerto, Trebuena, Chiclana, Puerto Real, Rota, Chipiona and Le Brija, while the breeding area is limited to Herez Reis, Sanlúcar and Puerto Rico. Likewise, the production area is divided into "Jerez Winners" and "Jerezona".
The wines made are sherry with all its characteristics: Fino, Manzanilla, Amontillado, Oloroso, Palo Cortado, Pedro Guiménez, Musca Especial, Light Cream, Medium and Cream. The area also produces sherry vinegar and sherry brandy.
Montilla-Moriles is the denomination of origin of Spanish wine, which is legally protected in the Andalusian Autonomous Community of Aguilar de la Frontera, Montilla, Moriles and Dona Moncia, Crianza and commercialization of the wines made by Montalbán Córdoba, Monturc, Nova Cartier and Bridge. Genier, as well as Baena, Cabra, Castro del Río, Espejo, Fernán in some regions -Núñez, La Rambla, Lucena, Montemayor and Santaella; all of them are in the province of Córdoba.
The typical wines of the region are made from different varieties of white grapes. Through the Criaderas and Soleras systems, they age under the veil of flowers. Depending on their maturity, we can find young, high-quality, amontilla and perfumed wines. These wines darken the tonality and become fortified wines until reaching a maximum alcohol content of about 20º.
In addition, the PedroXiménez sweet wine made with this grape is derived from the Montilla-Moriles frame. Due to its unique characteristics, its consumption is increasingly popular. In addition to tasting in any other situation, it can also be consumed as part of a dessert or dessert recipe.
Port wine, or Oporto, is a fortified wine to which brandy is added before the end of the fermentation, in order to stabilize it and allow it to preserve that sweetness so characteristic of the grape.
Some of the most used grapes for its production are Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca and Touriga.
Oremus Late Harvest is made from a coupage of different varieties. The wine rests another half year in the small wooden barrels of the underground cellars, and then it is refined for another year in the bottle. Prepared by Vega-Sicilia
Tio Pepe Cuatro Palmas is a complex, intense and sharp generous wine. Time and the winery have turned this Amontillado Viejisimo into a handkerchief wine, a perfume from Jerez. The selection of a single boot, the No. 1 that ages at La Constancia Solera Museum to reach its cup today. Recently recognized in the International Wine Challenge awards the...
The amontillado, the oloroso and the Pedro Ximénez Sacromonte go together as part of an ideal gift box. Luxury, distinction and elegance are words that undoubtedly fit perfectly to define this Jerez wine box, 'small jars in which to store the best essences'.