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Gutiérrez Colosía

South wines from Gutiérrez Colosía

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Parker 91 Points
Sherry Fino

Sherry Fino

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
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Parker 92 Points
Sherry Amontillado

Sherry Amontillado

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
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Wine Spectator 90 Points
Sherry Cream

Sherry Cream

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
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Parker 93 Points
Sherry Oloroso

Sherry Oloroso

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml

from Gutiérrez Colosía

In Stock
Parker 93 Points
Sherry Oloroso

Sherry Oloroso

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
In Stock
Parker 91 Points
Sherry Fino

Sherry Fino

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
In Stock
Parker 92 Points
Sherry Amontillado

Sherry Amontillado

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml
In Stock
Wine Spectator 90 Points
Sherry Cream

Sherry Cream

DO Jerez, Gutiérrez Colosía, 750 ml

Der Geheimtipp aus dem Lande des Sherrys. Sie ist zwar eine der Kleinsten, dafür zählt sie zu den Besten: die Sherry-Bodega Gutiérrez Colosía. Im Besitze von María Loreto Colosía, wird sie heute von Juan-Carlos Gutiérrez Colosía, seiner Frau Carmen Pou sowie von Carmen Redondo geführt. Gutiérrez Colosía verfügt seit jeher über alle Voraussetzungen, um besten Sherry (Jerez bzw. Xérès) zu keltern. Erstens über das beste Traubengut der Hauptsorte Palomino. Es stammt einzig von den erlesensten Lagen der Jerez Superior (Balbaina Alta und Balbaina Baja), deren Reben auf den typisch kalkhaltigen, besonders wasserspeichernden Albariza-Böden gedeihen. Zweitens verfügt er über beste klimatische Bedingungen. Die Meeresnähe und der damit verbundene Seewind Marera bringen den Rebbergen die nötige Feuchtigkeit und verleihen dem Sherry seine unvergleichliche Frische. Aber auch die Winde Poniente vom Westatlantik und der warme, mediterrane Levante temperieren die Sommerhitze und machen so den Sherry im Allgemeinen und denjenigen von Gutiérrez Colosía im Speziellen zu einem aussergewöhnlichen Produkt.

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Roland und Karin Lenz

Roland und Karin Lenz

In 1994, while Roland Lenz was still studying oenology, he and his wife Karin were able to acquire eight hectares of vines on the Iselisberg. It was a unique opportunity that they seized, even though they were toying with the idea of setting up their own business abroad, far from Switzerland. They actually did so later, but that's another story…

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Merryvale Vineyards

Merryvale Vineyards

At a young age, Jack Schlatter travelled from Switzerland to Dallas in the 1950s to work in the cotton trade. He later moved to Mexico and São Paulo (as a coffee tester) and back to Zurich to develop the cotton business in the Eastern bloc. But he always had one foot in Dallas and entered the real estate business there. The wine business also appealed to him early on. But it was a while before he met Bill Harlan, the owner of Merryvale.

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Descendientes de J. Palacios, S.L.

Descendientes de J. Palacios, S.L.

In the late 1990s, Álvaro Palacios came to Bierzo in search of a new challenge after having achieved great success in the Priorat. Bierzo, in the far northwest of Castilla y León, awaited him with its wild, craggy landscape where heather, rock roses and holly oaks dominate the flora, with its climatic and geological characteristics, and with the fascinating grape variety Mencía.

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