Emilio Lustau Amontillado del Castillo, Almacenista Antonio Caballero y Sobrinos

A beautiful bright amber colour with coppery reflections. This wine shows aromas of hazelnut praline and candied orange zest with nuances of furniture polish and smoked wood in the background. Dry, pungent, with a refreshing acidity. Enormously nutty with a delicious salty spiced touch and an extremely long aftertaste.


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Comments (1)

  • Paul Howard

    Paul Howard

    15 April 2021 at 14:31 |
    A really good Palo cortado that will be written up as part of a wider Palo Cortado article in the next month or two. I assume this is a different solera at Cayetano del Pino to the one that supplies Sanchez Romate? Regardless, Lustau is always a sherry brand I can rely on to deliver excellence!