Equipo Navazos Nº 41 Jerez-Xérès-Sherry La Bota de Palo Cortado Palomino Fino NV (375ml)

9.614 ratings on Delectable
$119.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Kirk Wallace Delectable Pro

My, my, my. This is superb. Liquified hazelnuts and orange peel and (I am guessing) angel sweat.

My, my, my. This is superb. Liquified hazelnuts and orange peel and (I am guessing) angel sweat.

9.9

Kirk Wallace Delectable Pro

Awsome over 4 weeks

Awsome over 4 weeks

9.5

Laura Catena Delectable Pro

Smooth and matured to perfection

Smooth and matured to perfection

9.8

Scott Reiner Delectable Pro

Almost perfect. So smooth bit feral and wild at the same time.

Almost perfect. So smooth bit feral and wild at the same time.

10

Cristin Brown Delectable Pro

Swoon.

Swoon.

10

Erin Pooley Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Good Luck Wines

The palo cortado is good but my nails- yep- they are Amaze-ing.

The palo cortado is good but my nails- yep- they are Amaze-ing.

10

James Forsyth

What an interesting wine! It rounded off a wonderful evening with dear friends at Rouge Tomate in Chelsea, NYC, where the service was as excellent as always. This sherry was made from a famed solera called "GF30" that apparently dated back to the 1940s. Such complexity and intensity. Orange peel, toast, walnuts, salinity, and so much more. A real treat.

What an interesting wine! It rounded off a wonderful evening with dear friends at Rouge Tomate in Chelsea, NYC, where the service was as excellent as always. This sherry was made from a famed solera called "GF30" that apparently dated back to the 1940s. Such complexity and intensity. Orange peel, toast, walnuts, salinity, and so much more. A real treat.

9.7

ADAM STROMFELD

Wild roasted pistachios married with burnt Carmel. The acidity and heat burn off instantly and a beautiful nutty Carmel finish is the result - it goes on for what seems like an eternity - so this is what real sherry tastes like!!'

Wild roasted pistachios married with burnt Carmel. The acidity and heat burn off instantly and a beautiful nutty Carmel finish is the result - it goes on for what seems like an eternity - so this is what real sherry tastes like!!'

9.7

Lewis Chester

NV Solera. Medium mahogany hue. Deep and rich, walnut, dried fruit, mead like honey notes, furniture polish, yeasty, salt. On the palate, medium body, full concentration, huge length, salty and anchovy. Long, long and long.

NV Solera. Medium mahogany hue. Deep and rich, walnut, dried fruit, mead like honey notes, furniture polish, yeasty, salt. On the palate, medium body, full concentration, huge length, salty and anchovy. Long, long and long.

9.5

Alan Lane

Deep copper hue, orange zest, almond skin bitterness, with a long complex finish...very nice.

Deep copper hue, orange zest, almond skin bitterness, with a long complex finish...very nice.

9.2

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