A medium amontillado from Williams & Humbert, aged for at least 6 years in their solera. A combination of Palomino and Pedro Ximinez grapes give this a rounded combination of a nutty body with sweet dried fruit richness.
A half bottle of sweet Moscatel Soleado from Gutierrez Colosia. A rich, yet not sticky, style of sherry, this will pair well with chocolate based desserts or could even be used as an alcoholic ice cream sauce.
A half bottle of Guttierez Colosia's El Puerta OPedro Ximenez. The ultimate in dessert sherry, single varietal Pedro Ximenez wines are great matched with chocolate based desserts or poured over ice cream as an alcoholic sauce.
Gutierrez Colosia's Amontillado Seco is the result of eight years of ageing. The first three are spent as a fino, with the oxidisation process to become an Amontillado taking a further five. Excellent on its own as an aperitif or with chicken or beef consommé.
A medium-dry amontillado from this quality range of sherries. Made exclusively from Palamino Fino grapes and aged in a complex process for over 30 years before release. The producer recommends drinking this with cured ham, aged cheese or nuts.
A rare and interesting wine, Palo Cortado starts out life as an Amontillado or Fino, aging under a layer of protective flor, before going on to age without the flor like an Oloroso. Apostoles continues this secondary aging up to a total of 30 years, including some time in ex-Pedro Ximenez casks, to produce a rich and concentrated sherry.