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Jorge Ordóñez Nº 1 Selección 2016 (0.37 L)

Jorge Ordóñez Nº 1 Selección

2016 (0.37 L)
Málaga (Spain)
0.37 L
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Originating from extremely old vines grown on nigh-on impossible slopes are the clusters of grapes w...

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£ 12.39

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Details for Jorge Ordóñez Nº 1 Selección 2016 (0.37 L)

Producer

Alcohol content

13.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.37 L - 2016

Review

Originating from extremely old vines grown on nigh-on impossible slopes are the clusters of grapes with which this special selection Muscatel is made, clusters which dry out on the actual grapevines before being picked. A late harvest which produces an elegant wine, distinguished by fresh notes of orange and exotic spices.

  • ViewDeep yellow / Pale
  • Bouquet:Spicy notes / Higly aromatic / Floral notes / Caramel / Fruit aromas / Orange / Crystallised white fruit
  • Mouth:Powerful / Mineral notes / Enveloping / Warm

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by: Juan Carlos (13/10/2018) - Vintage 2015

Esperaba más

Esperaba más de este vino puntuado con 91 puntos Parker. Definitivamente, este señor no conoce mis gustos, no volveré a hacerle caso. 😜

by: Ribeira (18/10/2017) - Vintage 2014

Excelente

Ya lo conocíamos y, como siempre, no defrauda. La sensación al beberlo es estar comiendo uvas recién cogidas de la parra en pleno verano.

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 Krache...