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Emilio Lustau East India Solera Sherry

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Alex & Priya rated this wine as 87/100 with the following review:

Priya: This is your granny's sherry! Sweet and rich and won't take much to get you tipsy. Yummy but too sugary for me. 84 pts

Alex: Hah if your granny drinks this then she's a connoisseur, and you should sit down with her over a bottle and a game of cards! This is a cream sherry, predominantly Oloroso style with ~20% Pedro Ximenez blended in. Similar to a 20 year tawny port, with toffee, molasses and candied walnut blanketing the nose. Pungent, sweet and refined, and very easy drinking. Quite long in the finish, this serves up a wallop of concentration for the price. A fine sherry accessible to the masses. 90 pts
Andrew Bernardo rated this wine as 94/100 with the following review:

Grilled nuts, dried fig, honey, date square, and a hint of dried citrus. Truly remarkable wine. How they sell for so little is beyond me. 94 points. (ottawawinejournal.com)

Natalie's Review

Emilio Lustau East India Solera Sherry, Jerez, Spain: Nutty, tasty and complex; gorgeous after-dinner drink. This sherry is a mature Oloroso blended with a mature Pedro Ximenez. Source: Winery Drink: 2010-2017. 342931 20% S 500 mL  $22.95 Score: 93/100. October 25, 2013 Divine Dessert Wine  Full Review




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