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You are buying en primeur wine, this means you are buying it the best price because you are paying now but you will receive it it from the end of next summer, once the winery finishes with its elaboration.
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Characteristics of Don Px Gran Reserva
Don PX Gran Reserva is a sweet wine made in Montilla Moriles the by the Toro de Albalá winery.
The Toro de Albalá winery is one of the most renowned wineries in terms of making sweet wines. Don PX Gran Reserva is made from sun-dried grapes from the Pedro Ximénez variety.
The sun-dried grapes are pressed with a hydraulic press to remove a must rich in sugars. Once the wort has fermented, alcohol is added to the wine. Don PX Gran Reserva undergoes oxidative aging for a minimum of 25 years in American oak barrels.
Don PX Gran Reserva is a dessert wine. In fact, it could be considered a dessert in itself. Best served very cold.
Don Px Gran Reserva 1988 is a deep and complex sweet wine. The nose reveals notes that are somewhat young, raisins, figs and dates blended with aromas of aging, licorice, chocolate and tobacco. On the palate it is meaty, with a great deal of volume and a highly lingering finish.
Deep jet black with certain amber hues.
A high intensity nose with prominent natural notes of cocoa, liquorice, rosemary, vanilla, black olives, peach syrup, cinnamon and coffee.
TasteThe taste is a round. An elegant mix between sweet and bitter undertones. Memories of wood.
SightDeep jet black colour with iodine-like tones.NoseHigh intensity nose. Persistent aromas of cocoa, vanilla, syrup and cinnamon on a balsamic background.TasteElegant, round and persistent in the mouth. Sharp, sweet and bitter nuances. 100% recomendable.
When we speak of Montilla-Moriles, we must not forget that the best Andalusian wines are not simply just produced, they grow and they bloom, much as a child grows and a flower blooms. Sharp in colour, attractive fragrances and soft on the palate. All of this, plus the unique personality, verve and subtlety of each wine, makes the wines from this region real treasures to enjoy.