Osborne Carlos I Solera Gran Reserva Brandy de Jerez


Osborne // Spain

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Borrowing a technique used in the production of sherry, Osborne Carlos I Solera Gran Reserva Brandy de Jerez has been aged using the solera system since 1889. Since the American oak casks that previously held Jerez wine are never fully emptied, the oldest component in this blend is over a century old! On average, the brandy is aged 12 years. Once bottled, it clocks in at 38% ABV.

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  • Spanish
    Brandy 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 Type
    ex-jerex wine American Oak

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