Brandy obtained from “holandas”, low alcohol content wine spirits (65°), aged in American oak casks previously seasoned with “Pedro Ximénez” Jerez wines, following the traditional dynamic ageing system known as “Criaderas y Soleras”.
Brandy Solera Gran Reserve from Jerez D.E. Brandy is the creation of Osborne Bodegos. It is made in an artisanal tradition that goes back over 200 years. Count of Osborne is a brandy with an average age of over 10 years that is aged in the Santa Maria port, and the barrels where this magnificent brandy is aged have previously contained Pedro Ximénez.
The Brandy Solera Gran Reserve bottle has been created by one of the world´s most famous painters: Salvador Dalí. In 1964 Osborne asked Salvador Dalí to design a bottle for this unique and exceptional brandy. The bottle is made with white porcelain and is an authentic sculpture reflecting the spirit, the class, and the elegance of one of the greatest names in the history of Jerez brandies: Osborne.
Brandy Solera Gran Reserve is a work of art that is available to the public.
|Region Produced in||El Puerto de Santa Maria|
|Reserve||More than 10 years.|
|Tasting Notes||Sight: Dark mahogany with hints of burnt umber.|
Smell: Elegant notes of oak which integrate perfectly with the delicate aroma of holandas" (wine spirits) obtained in a still, with notable aromas of vanilla and perfumes of "crianza" aged wine, plums and raisins.
Taste: Smooth, unctuous and velvety with a very intense, complex finish in the mouth, with prominent and well integrated spiced notes and notes of dried fruit and nuts and chocolate.
|Product Dimensions||31 x 12 x 12 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Storage away from direct light in a cool and dry place|
|Manufacturer/Producer||Bodegas Osborne S.A|
|Country Produced in||Spain|