Elaboration and Aging:
- Tio Pepe is pale color golden, topaz-like, clean and shiny.
- From scents sharp and delicate, very elegant, with a powerful bouquet with almond notes and notes of fresh bread dough, distinctive touches of “the flower”.
- In the palate Almond memories return, leaving a pleasant sensation of freshness. It is completely dry with a long and complex aftertaste.
As soon as the grapes Palomino
they reach the cellar are gently pressed. The must obtained from this first pressing is called “Must yolk
"And is considered the most elegant and delicate
. After fermentation, classification and fortification to 15.5%
the wine enters Tio Pepe's solera
where will more than four years in american oak boots
following the traditional soleras system
. During this process, the wine undergoes biological aging under the yeast layer known as Flower veil
, which gives Tio Pepe a color, aroma and unique character
Served very cold, either in the traditional Jerez catavinos or in a tall glass. Superior Range
: Enter the exciting world of classic Jerez wines and its wide range of sensations, aromas and organoleptic nuances: from the dry palate of Fino Tio Pepe to sweet wines such as Pedro Ximenez or Cream, passing through the complexity of aromas of the Olorosos or the Palos Cortados. An ancient winemaking tradition with the best of Jerez character. Discover them!
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
White - Light and Fresh
- Grape Varieties
- Type of Ageing
- Alcohol Content
- Serving Temperature
Ratings and awards
- Peñín Ratings
- AporVino Points
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