Aging: Su Majested comes from an old Valdepino Oloroso that has been aged oxidatively for over 30 years. The exact origins of the solera are unknown but it for sure pre dates 1842 and it is the oldest at Valdespino.
Notes: Mahogany with green tones. A very powerful nose of old oak and dried fruits. The palate is very complex and with great balance and acidity.
Publication: Wine advocate
The NV Oloroso Solera de su Majestad VORS produced from Palomino grapes from the Carrascal vineyard, has aged in a solera for over 30 years. It has a bright mahogany color and a subtle nose of noble woods, walnuts, aromatic herbs, and a touch of brandy. The palate is quite gentle for a VORS. Very polished and round, with a pungent, intense feeling, it feels extremely old. One of the best Olorosos around, it’s old enough to have that extra complexity, but not to be too aggressive, as Olorosos can easily get when they’re very old. Drink 2013-2017.