If you like your sherries rich and lush, this one would be right up your street. Drawn from material that is 30+ years-old, it shows plenty of complexity on the nose, with smells of candied orange peel, lots of nuttiness, dried stone fruits, a touch of seaweed, and almost maltiness rising up from the glass. The palate is rich and velvety, with balanced sweetness, a touch of saltiness, and a long, savoury, nutty finish that would be great with something like a French onion soup.
A limited reserve of very old wines, some of which are so old that nobody remembers their age. These are oenological treasures that bear the V.O.R.S. appellation tag—Vinum Optimum Rarum Signatum. Each have been skilfully freshened and they really dance!
Splendid! Toasted nuts, olive, lots of aged character. But typically Romate in its weightless, clean ease.