The Toro Albalá winery began in the heart of Southern Cordoba in 1922, which is famous for its wine region Montilla-Moriles. Our history begins with the story of a small wine grower José María Toro Albalá who had the great idea of keeping aged wines to create wine treasures destined for the most demanding palates and whose family values are still founded on this philosophy today. Although considered a risk in view of the economic situation at that time, his idea was a great success and Toro Albalá wines are now to be found on the best tables in the world.
Don PX grapes are the speciality of Toro Albalá and each is treated exclusively, from harvest to desiccation. It is this total control process that gives the wines their unique character and their creator strives to excite the wine taster with each one. A young sweet wine, made with the must of raisiny grapes dried out in the sun, obtained by means of a hydraulic press, with partial fermentation and the subsequent addition of an amount of top quality wine alcohol. A young fortified wine, without oak ageing, sweet, generously rich and offering plenty of sensations, high density; it rests for a minimum of 12 months in stainless steel tanks and is bottled unfiltered, which means that sediment may occur over time.
Beautiful sweet notes of raisins, figs, honey and peach. Palate is full of flavours of various dried fruit. Sweetness from the fruit, great structure and length.
EXCITE YOUR THREE SENSES
The high sugar content makes this natural sweet wine very dense and full of aromas and flavours. The nose opens with the notes of ripe fruit almost withered, then come out the sharpest sensations of dried fruit. It continues with honey and citrus jam, until you can remember saffron. The gustatory part is a concentrate of density flanked by a lively, sapid sensation given by the soil.
Magnificent wine for desert, cakes and pastries, fresh fruit, blue cheeses or enjoy on its own
Silver & Platinum Medals for Toro Albala at Decanter World Wine Award 2018
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