The term 'brandy' refers to the spirit created by distilling wine made from any fermented fruit and covers a wide range of products including the likes of Calvados, Poire William, Slivovitz. However, in this section we are dealing with non-French grape brandy. Read More »
Lepanto PX is a Gran Reserva Spanish brandy produced by Gonzalez Byass and aged in casks that previously held their 'Noe' - the finest Pedro Ximenez sherry in the world. Expect this to be pretty sweet and very special.
Lepanto is the only brandy to be distilled in the city of Jerez. Established in 1886, the company's brandies are all made from Palomino grapes and aged for 15 years, the difference being the cask used. This Solera Gran Reserva is matured in Oloroso Viejo (old) casks, leading to a dry and elegant delicious brandy.
A special 30 year old brandy from Torres, named for the founder of the House, Jaime Torres Vendrell. It's a blend of brandies from their oldest soleras, including Parellada wines originally destined for the Torres 10 aged for an extra chunk of time and a small amount of their rare 1972 Folle Blanche eaux-de-vie.
A premium Spanish brandy from Torres. Made from Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche grapes, like the finest cognacs, it is matured in a solera that has been running since the 60s and is selected for depth and complexity of flavour.
A half-litre carafe of Cardenal Mendoza's finest sherry cask-aged brandy complete with a very pretty decanter in which to serve it. As the name would suggest, this is the absolute top of the line for Spanish brandy.