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Lustau East India Solera Sherry 75cl

by Lustau
Original price £24.95 - Original price £24.95
Original price
£24.95 - £24.95
Current price £24.95
Key Info

Country: Spain

Region: Jerez

Grapes: Blend

Brand: Lustau

Style: Sherry

Vintage: NV

Size: 75cl

ABV: 20%

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Lustau East India Solera Sherry

Lustau East India Solera Sherry is a popular sherry that has rich and intense flavours. Lustau is a family-owned winery that has been producing high-quality sherry for over a century and is known for its commitment to traditional methods and techniques. 

  • Dark mahogany in colour with green-amber edge
  • It offers vibrant notes of maple syrup, brown sugar, shoe polish, raisin and chocolate beer nuts, all very well integrated
  • On the palate it is smooth and rich at the beginning, full of prune and burned oranges peel flavours
  • Provocative spicy notes appear just before its nuttiness and terrific acidity cuts through the sweetness
  • With a truly unforgettable finish

This wine is a perfect companion to light desserts and cakes. But it is equally enjoyable when serving with creamy cheeses or foie-gras. Try it also on the rocks with a slice of orange. Try in cocktails too, it is simply delicious.  A must-try for sherry lovers and those looking for a unique and flavourful sherry experience.

Serve slightly chilled, between 10 – 12ºC (50 – 54ºF).

Lustau East India Solera Sherry is a smooth and rich sweet sherry made of 80% palomino and 20% pedro ximenez. Its ageing process recreates that of the wines which crossed the oceans in the 17th-century voyages, with each wine separately matured in its own solera for 12 years before blending and additional three years ageing.