Hidalgo 200 Solera Gran Reserva
Hidalgo // Spain
Bodegas Hidalgo is a Spanish winery founded in 1792 by Don Jose Pantaleón Hidalgo and continues to be family-run for six generations. Their Hidalgo 200 Solera Gran Reserva brandy was first produced for the winery's bicentennial. It uses a base brandy that was locked away and untouched for two generations of ownership. This base brandy is then blended with other brandies that have been aged in American oak casks previously used for aging sherry wine.
SpanishBrandy distilled in Spain, with Brandy de Jerez being the most common type. Brandy de Jerez is typically produced from the Airén grape from La Mancha and can be either column-distilled or pot-distilled. Must be aged in the Jerez region, though typically distilled elsewhere. It must be aged in oak that has previously held sherry wine and is usually aged in a Solera system.
Cask Typeex-sherry American Oak