Bodegas Barrero 1798

Oloroso Galeón VORS - 30+ Years Old

$113.95 CAD/btl $341.85 CAD/case $488.40 CAD/case Retail



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Annual Production: 2,000 bottles (ALBAE Wine Club has access to a limited number of 200 annually)
Type:  Oloroso
Body:  Medium
Palate:  Dry
Finish:  Smooth/Spicy
Grape Variety:
 100% Palomino from Pago Balbaina Alta, Las Cañas vineyard
ABV%: 22.0
Bottle:  500ml
Ageing:  25 years Oxidative ageing, from an old Solera with 6 Criaderas (a total of 78 butts of 500 l each)
Winemaker (Cellar Master):  Pedro Gallego
Bodega: Bodegas Barrero (prior M. Sánchez Ayala since 1798)
Region: Andalucía, province of Cadiz, Sanlucar de Barrameda
Designation of Origin (DOC): Jerez & Manzanilla de Sanlucar
Micro-Climate: Atlantic / Mediterranean; mild and humid
Elevation: Between 60 and 90 meters above sea level
Age of Vines: Between 20 and 80
Soil: Albariza (mainly Tosca cerrada); calcareous
Viticulture / Farming: Traditional and Sustainable Farming
Harvest: Manual


• Drink now or keep for up to 9 years.  Note: Manzanilla Oro and Amontillado Don Paco - wines that age at least for 6 to 10 years under the flor (or layer of yeast), which is called Biological Ageing, in over 20 year-old soleras - are those that mature longest in the bottle.  However, Oloroso El Galeón will also mature well in the bottle, resulting in a very smooth wine with interesting aromas of old exotic woods
• Pairs with Tapas, Manchego or any cheese (cow, goat or sheep), Ibérico ham, Paté or any Spreads, Poultry, Pasta or Pizza, Legumes, Seafood, all kind of fish, rice-based dishes, Sushi, Sashimi and spiced Asian or exotic dishes
• Ideal at room temperatures but also, in some cases if you want to pair it with white fish or mild textures you can chill it to a temperature range of 11 to 14 Celsius
• If you are serving multiple wines from Sanlucar or Jerez, such as Manzanilla, Fino, Amontillado, Palo Cortado, or Oloroso, we recommend to follow this order.  You can serve an entire meal paired only with wines from Jerez and Sanlucar, the Land of Albariza



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The wines from Bodegas Barrero have never been presented to any of the national or international wine reviewers, such as Guía Peñín, The Wine Advocate, Decanter, or Jancis Robinson.  In reality the quality of their wines can be considered beyond the need for accolades.

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