Gonzalez-Byass "Añada" Palo Cortado Sherry

Gonzalez-Byass "Añada" Palo Cortado Sherry - 1987

Item # 38205 750mL
$169.96/ Single Bottle
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$1019.76 $917.78/ Case of 6
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A rare, limited older vintage bottling from legendary sherry producer Gonzalez-Byass. Rich, concentrated and bone dry. The sherry was barrel fermented, with no solera system ageing at all. Intense aromas and flavors of caramelized almonds, toasted hazelnuts and cedar. Sherry fans, treat yourself.


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