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Characteristics of La Bota de Dulce Color 33 "Bota NO"
La Bota de Dulce Color 33 is more than a wine, it's an heirloom. The "vino de color", which currently isn't even included in the classification of different types of sherry, is obtained by slowly fermenting a mixture of natural palomino fino must with grape syrup (the same must, after concentrating a fifth of its volume in large pots placed over a direct fire).
In the 60s and 70s this technique fell into disuse, but some winemakers such as the Navazos team, kept some forgotten barrels in their wineries, much to our delight!
Only 1100 bottles of this fantastic, very old and extremely rare wine are made, around 80 years old, although no one knows for sure.
A vivid memory of the past. A historic wine.
Nut-based desserts, Alone
Tasting notes La Bota de Dulce Color 33 "Bota NO"
SightA pitch black color that stains the glass.NoseHigh intensity. Powerful notes of dried fruit, liquorice, caramel and coffee.TasteConcentrated and direct. Bittersweet. Persistent, almost aggressive. An extremely distinct wine, not easy to drink. You either love it or hate it.
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Jerez is home to an exceptional culture in winemaking and viticulture, producing an incredible variety of wines. Sherry and the DO. Jerez region are unlike any other wine or region in Spain and symbolise a centuries-old culture and a true art form of ecological tradition. Even today it is fair to say that these wines have not found their equivalent in the world, and are therefore a real asset to the Spanish word of wine.
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Equipo Navazos is not a winery in itself, but a team of lovers and connoisseurs of Andalusian generosos. Their purpose is to incorporate a new perspective into the true essence of Andalusian wines, without giving up the authenticity and the magical limestone soils of Andalusia. Here, not only do they attain the raw material for the wonderful finos, manzanillas, amontillados, palos cortados and olorosos, but also for other fun and fresh wines.