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    El Maestro Sierra 15-Year Oloroso  (375ml)

    Andalucía

    El Maestro Sierra 15-Year Oloroso (375ml)

    In 1832 the master carpenter José Antonio Sierra founded El Maestro Sierra. As one of the top coo- pers in the area, José Antonio was the person who made the barrels for all of the big Sherry houses. After years of making barrels for everyone else he came to the conclusion that he could produce Sherries that were better than what the big Sherry houses were cranking out, so he went about open- ing up his own little winery. This little up-start Sherry producer was not wel- comed in world of nobility-owned Sherry houses and so the local gentry did everything they could to stop him. Fortunately the quality of his sherry prevailed over their efforts and José Antonio Si- erra became one of the top Almacenistas (stock- holders) of high quality Sherries. Poking fun at his struggle, the label depicts an allegorical fox hunt with the nobles hunting El Maestro Sierra’s fox. Vinification: This Oloroso is aged for 15 years in the solera system.

    Tasting Notes: Incredibly complex aromas of hazelnuts and exotic spices. This richly textured wine is complex with nuances of nuts and spicy elements.

    Serving Recommendation: El Maestro Sierra Oloroso should be served at European room temperature (65°F).

    Perman

    Spain

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    Producer El Maestro Sierra

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