Torres Jaime I Brandy
Torres // Spain
House Torres was founded by Jaime Torres Vendrell in 1870—a creative time that was often represented by the works of art from Antonio Gaudí. The Casa Milà (aka "La Pedrera"), a building designed by Gaudí, best represents that creative period of modernism in Barcelona. Torres created this brandy as an homage to the innovative spirit of Gaudí. The Jaime I brandy is made with parellada white grapes, and the bottle is inspired by the twisted stone spires featured at the top of Casa Milà.
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.