GONZALEZ BYASS TÍO PEPE FINO EN RAMA SHERRY
A bright, vivid golden color. Tío Pepe Fino en Rama 2018 is fragrant on the nose with instantly recognizable notes of bread and fresh yeast. The character of the Macharnudo area is reflected in the saltiness of the wine, which is also elegantly bitter on the finish.
Prior to consumption, the Tio Pepe Fino En Rama should be kept in a room where the temperature is relatively stable (ideally around 10°C-12°C). The wine is likely to throw a deposit or sediment. Cloudiness from the very fine particles of yeast will settle after a couple of days and should not impair your enjoyment of the wine.
Variety 100% Palomino Fino
Alcoholic content 15% vol.
- Size: .375L
94, Wine Enthusiast
This deep straw-colored wine has aromas of dried apricot, roast almond and rising pizza dough. Flavors of almond, hazelnut and pineapple with a touch of salinity fill the mouth and then evaporate into a bright and slightly salty finish.
94, Guia Penin
Colour: bright yellow;Aroma: flor yeasts, lees reduction notes, pungent, white fruit, ripe fruit;Flavour: good acidity, bitter, long, classic aged character;
Tio Pepe without filtration nor clarification
TIO PEPE Fino en Rama is the maximum expression of biological ageing; Tio Pepe without filtration or clarification, taken directly from the barrel in Spring when the ‘flor’ growth is at its thickest. Due to the uniqueness of this product it is produced in very small quantities and it is best drunk within 3 months of bottling. ‘En Rama’ is the local jargon used by winery workers to refer to wine in its unrefined and most delicate state, prior to the normal stabilization, clarification and filtering processes. ‘En Rama’ expresses the unique character of Jerez: the penetrating aromas of the cellars and the intensity of the ‘flor’, the yeast which interacts with the wine giving its unique and delicate character.
Tio Pepe is produced from the Palomino Fino grape variety grown in the chalky ‘albariza’ soil of Jerez. The unique ageing system of Solera and Criaderas contributes to its remarkably consistent quality. It is aged under a protective covering of fresh, naturally occuring yeast, ‘flor’ for a minimum of 5 years in the quietness of the cellar.
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