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Azteca de Oro Brandy Solera Reservada

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1001265
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Azteca de Oro Brandy Solera Reservada 750ml

Azteca de Oro Brandy Solera Reservada

The definitive masterpiece of the legendary House of Pedro Domecq. An elegant and complex blend of dry fruits, coffee and tobacco notes integrated with almond, caramel and woody notes. Creamy and velvety. Light tannic structure, round, sweet with a long persistence.

Casa Pedro Domecq, long established in Valle de Guadalupe, is better known for other products, such as Presidente Brandy, the world's best selling brandy. It is now also producing higher quality wines. When L.A. Cetto made a significant entry into the valley, it started to acquire fame. Now the two wineries account for nearly 65 percent of all wine production in the valley. In the 1980s, as the popularity and sale of quality wine grew in the United States, and California's wines began to be recognized for their excellence, Valle de Guadalupe came to the attention of a new breed of Mexican entrepreneur. Recognizing the enviable weather and soil conditions in the Guadalupe Valley, a group from Mexico City decided to invest.

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Allied Domecq Azteca de Oro Brandy Solera Reservada
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
The definitive masterpiece of the legendary House of Pedro Domecq. An elegant and complex blend of dry fruits, coffee and tobacco notes integrated with almond, caramel and woody notes. Creamy and velvety. Light tannic structure, round, sweet with a long persistence.
 

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Technical Notes Casa Pedro Domecq, long established in Valle de Guadalupe, is better known for other products, such as Presidente Brandy, the world's best selling brandy. It is now also producing higher quality wines. When L.A. Cetto made a significant entry into the valley, it started to acquire fame. Now the two wineries account for nearly 65 percent of all wine production in the valley. In the 1980s, as the popularity and sale of quality wine grew in the United States, and California's wines began to be recognized for their excellence, Valle de Guadalupe came to the attention of a new breed of Mexican entrepreneur. Recognizing the enviable weather and soil conditions in the Guadalupe Valley, a group from Mexico City decided to invest.