Due to its time in contact with oxygen Alfonso shows a golden amber colour. On the nose round intense aromas with the nuttiness of the Palomino variety standing out, in this case, hazelnuts and walnuts. As a result of the time spent in cask, Alfonso shows subtle aromas of oak and spiced notes which remind of truffle or leather. On the palate, flavourful and structure with a long and complex aftertaste and slight vanilla touches with a surprisingly sweet note on the finish.
Harveys bristol cream features flavours of roasted nuts and raisins, with a subtly spicy finish. it is usually served well chilled as an aperitif, as an after-dinner drink straight, or on the rocks with a wedge of lime or slice of orange. the ice lessens the viscosity and the citrus lowers the sweetness to create a refreshing drink. as a dessert wine, serve with cheesecake, flan, bread pudding or creme brulee.
Nectar shows an intense ebony colour with iodine tones and intense legs due to high sugar content. Rich aromas of raisins, figs and dates, accompanied by honey and syrup. Velvety and smooth on the palate with good acidity to alleviate sweetness. Long and flavourful finish.
Uncompromisingly dry, refreshing and distinctive. Tio Pepe is the perfect partner for savoury nibbles, olives, fried fish, Spanish ham and of course tapas. Tio Pepe is best enjoyed within a year of bottling.