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Alvear

Alvear

In Montilla-Moriles, Andalusia, Spain, there is a storied winery called Alvear. It was founded at the beginning of the 20th century and has a long history of making excellent wines from the Palomino...

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Alvear

In Montilla-Moriles, Andalusia, Spain, there is a storied winery called Alvear. It was founded at the beginning of the 20th century and has a long history of making excellent wines from the Palomino vine. The winery is well known for its classic solera-produced sherry-style wines.

Sherry has been made for generations using the solera system, a technique for maturing and combining wine. Transferring wine from one barrel to another, progressively blending several vintages, and mixing younger wine with older wine are all part of the process. As a result, the winery can produce wine with a constant flavour profile and of high-quality year after year.

The solera system at the Alvear winery is cared for with the highest tenderness and attention to detail. The winery uses only the highest quality grapes and classic winemaking methods to create its wines. The Palomino grape thrives in the climate and soil of the Montilla-Moriles region, which is where the vines are situated.

Fino, Manzanilla, amontillado, and oloroso are just a few of the sherry-inspired wines that the winery offers. Each wine is distinctive, with a unique flavour profile and qualities. The amontillado and oloroso wines are deeper, richer, and more full-bodied, whilst the fino and manzanilla wines are light, crisp, and refreshing.

The Alvear winery also creates a variety of still wines, including reds and whites, in addition to its sherry-style beverages. Numerous grape varietals, such as Tempranillo, Syrah, and Sauvignon Blanc, are used to make these wines. The still wines go well with food and are renowned for their vibrant, fruit-forward tastes.

The Alvear winery has a long history and is ingrained in Montilla-regional Moriles's culture. It still makes top-notch wines today, which are consumed by wine connoisseurs around. 

Anyone interested in Spain's long history of winemaking, whether they prefer still wines or sherry-style wines, must visit the Alvear winery.

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