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Osborne Oloroso Solera BC 200 NV (1864) (500ml OWC)  - First Bottle

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96 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate -
The House of Osborne was founded in 1772 by Thomas Osborne and has been continuously family owned and operated ever since. The non-vintage Solera BC 200 Oloroso comes from a solera started in 1864. Production is limited to 450 liters per year. Medium to dark amber in color it offers up compelling aromas of spice and brown sugar. Full-bodied (22% alcohol) and very intense and concentrated, its flavors are medium sweet and remarkably complex

Technical Details

  • Blend88% Palomino, 12% Pedro Ximenez
  • CountrySpain
  • RegionJerez
  • AppellationJerez
  • Alcohol22%

Osborne Oloroso Solera BC 200 NV (1864) (500ml OWC)

White Blends  |  Spain
WA96

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One of the great wines of this planet, 96 points, and we can tell you from experience, a wine you will NEVER forget — your epiphany of rare sherry awaits you!

This is whoa-what-just-happened-to-me wine. Intensity for days, with perfect acidity, too – the flavors just literally SOAR, explode, percolate into your brain. Brown sugar, caramel, roasted sweet nuts, espresso, creme brulee, and the length is simply astounding. With the oldest wine in the solera for this blend being from 1864, the depth and complexity is simply off the charts.

A true rarity for the serious collector… We have exactly 20 bottles! Check out our other favorite sweet wines below!

About the Producer

One of the greatest, most historic names in the world of Sherry, Osborne stands tall among the most iconic producers in Spain. Their Rare Collection is among the most sought-after botas in the entire Sherry Triangle. For decades these old casks were only consumed by the Osborne family on the rarest occasions. Only 300 to 500 bottles are filled each year making these some of the rarest fortified wines on the planet.