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Royal Corregidor Rich Old Oloroso (20 Years), from a Solera established in 1894, is one of Sandeman's Rare wines.
Very intense, it combines the complexity of old Oloroso with the richness of Pedro Ximenez in a perfect balance,
and epitomises the style of Sandeman Sherries.
Sandeman Royal Corregidor Rich Old Oloroso has an attractive mahogany colour and an appealing complex character
with great depth. The intense nutty aromas typical of very old Olorosos are offset by notes of raisins. Extraordinarily
rich on the palate, it combines the complexity of old Oloroso with the lush ripe fruit of Pedro Ximenez in a perfect
balance. It has a rich, velvet feel in the mouth, recalling all of its aromatic complexity and stimulating the senses
with a very long finish.
Sandeman Royal Corregidor Rich Old Oloroso is a perfect partner to bitter chocolate and mocha desserts or rich
dried fruit cakes, in addition to gorgonzola or stilton cheese.
Once opened Sandeman Royal Corregidor Rich Old Oloroso remains fresh for up to 4 - 8 weeks.
The House of Sandeman was founded in London in 1790 by George Sandeman, a determined young Scotsman. From a modest start two hundred years ago as a wine merchant in the City of London, to today's impressive lodges in Oporto and bodegas in Jerez, and the world's best known brand of Port and Sherry, there has been a continuous commitment to quality. The growth of Sandeman Port and...Read More About Sandeman
The third largest country in production, Spain ranks first in land under vine. Diversity and innovation are the key factors bringing Spain back into the world wine market.
The most popular red varieties of Spain include Tempranillo and Garnacha (Grenache). Whites don't garner quite as much recognition, but there are some regional varieties not to be missed, like Albarino...Read More About Other Spain
Sherry is a fortified wine made by adding grape spirits after ferementation. The name sherry comes from the English
attempt to say Jerez, the southwest coastal region of Spain where Sherry is made. Sherry comes in two basic styles,
fino and olorosso. The fino style is pale colored, crisp and dry, while olorosso is much darker and nuttier, and can
range from dry to...Read More About Sherry
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