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Ole Imports, NV Oloroso Solera BC 200 (1864)

"The House of Osborne was founded in 1772 by Thomas Osborne and has been continuously family owned and operated ever since. The non-vintage Solera BC 200 Oloroso comes from a solera started in 1864. Production is limited to 450 liters per year. Medium to dark amber in color it offers up compelling aromas of spice and brown sugar. Full-bodied (22% alcohol) and very intense and concentrated, its flavors are medium sweet and remarkably complex."
–Feb 2007, Jay Miller
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Ole Imports, NV Oloroso Solera BC 200 (1864)

"The NV Rare Sherry Oloroso Solera BC 200 has an average age of 40 years from a solera created in 1864. It shows a dark bright orange color, a discrete, aristocratic nose showing some aromatic herbs, perfumed flowers, not easy to define. The palate is even more peculiar, only medium- to full-bodied, dominated by balsamic flavors, aromatic herbs, old furniture, with good persistence and length, and a warm finish. 250 bottles are produced each year. A most unusual wine. Drink 2013-2022."
–August 2013

Ole Imports, NV Oloroso Solera BC 200 (1864)

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NV Oloroso Solera BC 200 (1864)
Bodegas Osborne

LOCATION: D.O. Jerez-Xérès-Sherry GRAPES: 88% Palomino, 12% Pedro Ximenez.

VINEYARD: Vines tended in albariza soil at 70 m (230 ft) elevation.

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Producer Page: Bodegas Osborne