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Lustau Palo Cortado Cayetano del Pino (0.5 L)

Lustau Palo Cortado Cayetano del Pino

(0.5 L)
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Spec sheet

TypePalo Cortado
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti21.0%

What does this wine taste like?

Brillante / Old gold / Amber glints / Clean
Delicate / Sharp / Dried fruit and nuts
Lovely / Rounded / Unctuous / Glyceric / Long finish / Slightly bitter

Drinking and storing

Serve between 13ºC and 14ºC

Food pairing

Consommes, Foie gras, Marinated meats, Artichikes, Aged cheeses, Spicy dishes, Oriental cuisine

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Jancis Robinson

Quite similar to the wine bottled by the Almacenista himself, the NV Palo Cortado de Jerez Almacenista Cayetano del Pino was selected from 22 botas aged in Jerez, which must have at some point held wine aged under flor, as it's sharp and pungent while it also has some creaminess and it's very long, lifted by a spirity finish. The wine is around 20 years of age and is a textbook example of what a Palo Cortado should be.

— Luis Gutiérrez (29/12/2017)Robert Parker Wine Advocate93 PARKER

Pale greenish tawny. Racy and transparent with some saline and some vegy (cabbagey?) quality. Masses of acidity and only just not exaggerated. Resonates forever on the finish, but utterly uncompromising. Roll on the rich shellfish – the biggest, fattest, sweetest prawns you ever encountered? So clean!

— Jancis Robinson (16/04/2019)JancisRobinson.com18 JANCIS ROBINSON

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Wine making

Ageing period240 months
Type of woodCriaderas y soleras

The winery

Emilio Lustau

Emilio Lustau

The original company was founded in 1896 by Don José Ruiz-Berdejo, a wholesaler who grew vines on an estate that is still in the family, and sold his wines to the large exporting bodegas. Don Emilio Lustau Ortega, his son-in-law, established the bodega in 1940 in the old quarter of Jerez de la Frontera, from where the company has been exporting its wines since 1950. Over the next 40 years, there was considerable development, including new bodega facilities, until in 1990 the...