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Tresillo (Triplet)1874 Amontillado Viejo Sherry Hidalgo 750ml

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One Line Description Tresillo 1874 Amontillado Sherry Hildalgo, 100% Palomino grape, very fine sherry
Production Method Conventional
Country Spain Spanish
Region Andalucia, Spain
Producer Emilio Hidalgo
Vintage Non Vintage
Wine Type Port, Sherry and other Fortified Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Palomino
Alcohol 20% abv
Maturation Solera dating back to 1874, average age of 50 years
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Forever
Recommended Christmas Food Chestnuts and old, stinky stilton style cheeses
Production Detail Old fashioned farming and ageing techniques typical of the Jerez region
Natural Features Vegan


Tresillo 1874 Amontillado Sherry Hildalgo, 100% Palomino grape, very fine sherry. This wine comes from a solera dating back to 1874, which is virtually the same age as the winery! This Amontillado averages about 50 years of age. Only about 3,000 bottles are released annually. It combines concentration and finesse, complexity and character. On the nose it is full, layered and complex, with notes of hazelnut, cedar, cinnamon, orange peel and beeswax. In the mouth there is an explosion of caramel and toasted nuts, balanced by tang, creaminess and fantastic length. Enjoy on a winter's night, in front of the fire of a mountain chalet, with a bowl of freshly roasted and salted nuts, still warm. It is also recommend to accompany stews, structured meats such as game and old, smoked or seasoned cheeses. Sherry does not get better than this!

This bodega was founded in the mid nineteenth century by Emilio Hidalgo Hidalgo in the old part of the city of Jerez de la Frontera. The company is now owned by the fifth generation of his descendants. Currently the winery houses casks of the original wine used to found the company, which is carefully renewed and enriched by the fifth generation of the founding family dedicated to the wine industry.

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