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One of my all-time favourites, this fabulous Oloroso has been aged for 30 years giving it aromas of dried fruit and almond, a deep molasses texture and taste and a rich, nutty finish-I would normally serve this as an aperitif or after a meal with rich cheeses, but this is also seriously good poured over creamy vanilla ice cream-Oloroso can be sweet or dry, but this one is deliciously sweet.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 5 years
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Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 26/10/2014
"One of my favourite sherries, this is an incredibly complex, utterly delicious, sweet old Oloroso with complex flavours of raisins, tar, spice and molasses. It’s a sherry for fireside contemplation."
Gonzalez Byass was founded in Jerez by Manuel Maria Gonzalez in 1835. The first Barrels of Tio Pepe were exported to London in 1844, and in 1855 the UK distributor, Robert Blake Byass was made a partner in order to strengthen links to the UK. Ever since, Gonzalez Byass has been dedicated to the production of quality sherry wines, and is still controlled by the Gonzalez family, now in it's fifth generation.
Gonzalez Byass is situated in the city of Jerez, Andalusia, in the heart of D.O. Jerez. Owning over 800 hectares of vineyard, all situated in Jerez superior. This area enjoys a warm and humid climate which helps in the maturation of the grape. The soils of the area are high in chalk, known as 'albariza soil' this helps to maintain moisture during the long dry summers. With vineyards split 95% Palomino and 5% Pedro Ximenez, Gonzalez Byass is the only winery to have PX planted in Jerez.