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Tasting Notes

       Ranging from chestnut brown to dark mahogany in colour this wine has a dense, syrupy appearance. A strong oloroso bouquet in the nose combines with a hint of sweetness reminiscent of roasted nuts, such as in nougat or caramel. Full bodied and velvety in the mouth with a well balanced sweetness, seductively elegant with a lingering aftertaste combining hints of sweetness with the characteristics traits of an oloroso.

Production and Aging

       A Cream is a generoso wine produced by blending different wines from the oxidative ageing process (mainly oloroso) with a proportion of naturally sweet wine or of concentrated rectified must. The whole ageing process is therefore oxidative in nature and once blended the wine should present a reductive material content of over 115 grams per litre.

Serving Tips

       The ideal temperature at which to serve is 55F. It may also be consumed as an aperitif, or as a cocktail served with ice and a slice of orange.
    It is the ideal dessert wine; perfect to accompany fruit (melon, orange) pastries or ice-cream. It can also be paired very well with foie gras and blue cheeses.


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