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Buy online Sweet wine between 30 and 50€

Buy online Sweet wine between 30 and 50€

 Sweet wines are wines with a higher percentage of sugar. During the winemaking process, sugar is converted to alcohol during the fermentation process, therefore to produce sweet wines a higher concentration of sugar is needed, sugar that comes from the over maturation of the grapes, using either grapes that already have a higher concentration of sugar, or through the drying of the grapes in the sun. The most famous sweet wines from Spain are possibly those sweet wines from Jerez, although high quality sweet wines are also produced in other regions such as Sierra de Málaga, Priorat, Empordà. The grape varieties most widely used for the production of sweet wines are Pedro Ximénez, a sweet variety from D.O. Jerez, Moscatel and Garnacha. 

  • Viñas Viejas Nº3 2011

    Sweet wine. 20 months in French oak barrels. Volume: 3/8 37,5 cl Winery: Jorge Ordoñez. Production area: Málaga-Sierras de Málaga. Grapes used in this wine: Moscatel de Alejandría.

    • Parker 95
    • Peñin 96
    43,90
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    41,75 €/u
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    • Parker: 95
    • Peñin: 96

    Viñas Viejas Nº3 2011

    Sweet wine. 20 months in French oak barrels. Volume: 3/8 37,5 cl Winery: Jorge Ordoñez. Production area: Málaga-Sierras de Málaga. Grapes used in this wine: Moscatel de Alejandría.

    Jorge Ordoñez Málaga-Sierras de Málaga
    6x
    41,75 €/u
    43,90
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  • Viñas Viejas Nº3 2010

    Sweet wine. 20 months in French oak barrels. Volume: 3/8 37,5 cl Winery: Jorge Ordoñez. Production area: Málaga-Sierras de Málaga. Grapes used in this wine: Moscatel de Alejandría.

    41,50
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    39,45 €/u
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    Viñas Viejas Nº3 2010

    Sweet wine. 20 months in French oak barrels. Volume: 3/8 37,5 cl Winery: Jorge Ordoñez. Production area: Málaga-Sierras de Málaga. Grapes used in this wine: Moscatel de Alejandría.

    Jorge Ordoñez Málaga-Sierras de Málaga
    Last 1 available!
    6x
    39,45 €/u
    41,50
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  • Fernando de Castilla Antique PX

    Sweet wine Criaderas and Solera. Volume: 50 cl. Winery: Rey Fernando de Castilla. Production area: Jerez.

    • Parker 93
    • Peñin 95
    36,95
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    35,05 €/u
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    • Parker: 93
    • Peñin: 95

    Fernando de Castilla Antique PX

    Sweet wine Criaderas and Solera. Volume: 50 cl. Winery: Rey Fernando de Castilla. Production area: Jerez.

    Rey Fernando de Castilla Jerez
    6x
    35,05 €/u
    36,95
    Online only

 Sweet wines are wines with a higher percentage of sugar. During the winemaking process, sugar is converted to alcohol during the fermentation process, therefore to produce sweet wines a higher concentration of sugar is needed, sugar that comes from the over maturation of the grapes, using either grapes that already have a higher concentration of sugar, or through the drying of the grapes in the sun. The most famous sweet wines from Spain are possibly those sweet wines from Jerez, although high quality sweet wines are also produced in other regions such as Sierra de Málaga, Priorat, Empordà. The grape varieties most widely used for the production of sweet wines are Pedro Ximénez, a sweet variety from D.O. Jerez, Moscatel and Garnacha. 

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