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Spec sheet

TypeWhite wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%

The wine

There are wines about which much could be written, and others that only need one word: perfect. A description of Botani. Try it for yourselves and tell us what you think.

As if the Ordóñez name didn't speak volumes - the person who is possibly most responsible for renovating and who continues to renovate the Spanish wine-growing scene with exceptional wines in a great variety of areas – we have to say that the true identity of Botani's original creator is the Austrian Alois Kracher, considered one of the best master craftsmen in the making of sweet wines. We're absolutely positive: try it and you'll immediately be seduced by an exquisite bouquet of the finest and most delicate varietal aromas. Botani exhibits a typically varietal nose (Muscatel) but it does at some point raise the odd doubt: Gewürztraminer? Alsace Riesling? A delicate fragrance cloaked in gentle sweetness. Very seductive. On the palate too: a light sensation of bitterness, of grapefruit, hints at an appearance but doesn't actually materialise, just adding body and vigour to this delicious Muscatel, a white that has an extremely long persistence. Really surprising. But be careful, as the alcohol is very well integrated, so well in fact that you'll finish the bottle off without hardly realising... until the end, that the Malaga sun has given these grapes 13.5 degrees.

The label is water-proof so that the bottle can spend sufficient time in the cooler. What more could you ask! Botani is a truly perfect wine.

Drinking and storing


Ratings and awards

201591 PK
201490 PK
201392 PN
201290 PK92 PN
201191 PK92 PN
201091 PK
PK: ParkerPN: Peñín

Customer reviews

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The winery

Jorge Ordóñez & Co.

Jorge Ordóñez & Co.

Jorge Ordóñez brought out his first wines in 2004, in the Malaga region, right in the heart of the Axarquía, a picturesque area with an uneven pattern to the terrain, where the grapevines do proper balancing acts to ensure their roots take hold on the markedly steep slopes and where it is still not unusual to see a country farmer with his mule on the paths and lanes. Traditionally, this region's grapes were grown for selling as raisins. Until Jorge Ordóñez and Alois Kracher...


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