This is an original production based on a naturally sweet wine to which
a percentage of the 1976 dry generous solera wine is added. It is only produced in years when the Pansa Blanca and, sometimes, White Grenache allow it to be.
The different vintages elaborated are combined through oxidative dynamic ageing in the form of "soleras and criaderas", which guarantees the organoleptic regularity with the passing of time. In this wine, Pansa Blanca shows some very interesting and original characteristics. Very few bottles are produced to ensure the wine's quality, exceptionality and its ideal ageing. This is done directly from the "soleras", with no type of clarifying or cold treatment that could alter the organoleptic characteristics. This is why, in these wines, we may find sediments that do not affect their quality. This is an amber-coloured wine, with orangey highlights. By nose, it is of medium intensity in which sweet, smoked, toasted and dried fruit notes can be found, leaving a subtle, very elegant sensation. On the palate, it is pleasant and has an exceptional balance between acidity and alcohol, which reminds us of the ageing notes. It is a versatile wine when it comes to combining it. It is ideal for accompanying pâtés, foie, cheeses and different types of desserts like fruit and apple cakes, syrups, etc.
The ideal temperature for serving it is 15º C.