A deep mahogany with aromas of roasted hazelnuts and toffee, this rich, full-bodied sherry is balanced by moderate acidity. The finish is long and clean.
After the wine is designated as Oloroso, it is fortified and moved to the Oloroso Solera. To be considered an Oloroso, the sherry must age in barrel for a minimum of eight years. Before bottling, the cellar master adds a small amount of Moscatel, which lends softness and a little sweetness.