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INFORMATION OF INTEREST Don P.X 2012
Colour: Amber, heavy teardrop.
Aroma: Without shaking the wine shows feelings of figs, hazelnuts, dates and raisins. The spirit opens the way to scents of honey, cocoa, and slightly citrus sensations.
Taste: Sweet, structured. Palate is broad, velvety. The finish is long, silky, persistent. Last likes to pass, honey and dates.
Alone is also excellent, can accompany with desserts, pastries, ice cream or fruit. Interesting pairing with blue cheese.
Bodegas Toro Albalá is regarded as one of the 100 Golden wineries Spaniards of the 21st century. It is located in the municipality of Aguilar de la Frontera, 50 kilometers from Córdoba, and was founded in 1844 by Antonio Sánchez Prieto in a mill called La Noria, near the castle of this town. Despite the antiquity of the winery, the take-off in the rest of Spain has been slow to occur. It has been more than 100 years until Antonio Sánchez Romero, without forgetting the rules of their ancestors and adopting technical new has placed its wines at a medium-high segment and has been recognized for his work, is especially proud of its pedro ximenez, rubbing the perfection, from the younger brother Don PX until the great 1939 Bacchus.