Lustau Oloroso Añada

Lustau Oloroso Añada

wet, but not sticky in any way, it feels very natural. Surprisingly spicy as well. Mainly pepper. Hints of ripe tropical fruits and molasses. Honey coated nuts. Toasted bread. Hints of cedar oak, walnut cake, cocoa and an overwhelming peppery / gingery warmth in the finish.

Country: Spain
Region: Sherry

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The name Emilio Lustau has not only become synonymous with highest quality sherry, it has transcended the traditional sherry market to establish a whole new category of sophisticated drinking. Think ‘Lustau’ and one does not think of musty, sticky brown liquids in a previous generation’s glassware. ‘Lustau’ is about super-fresh tapas and cutting-edge food and wine pairing. It is about complexity and harmony, elegance and balance, intensity and persistence. This is 21st century wine.

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