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Bodegas Tradicion
NV - Pedro Ximenez VORS 20 Years
750 ml.

$120.16
Maximum quantity available reached.
Product Description
RP 92
WS 94
WE 94

Country: Spain

Region: Jerez

Varietal: Pedro Ximenez

Vintage: NV

Size: 750 ml.

Bodegas Tradición - as it is known today - was established in 1998, but its roots go back to one of the oldest family owned wineries from Jerez, founded in 1650. Owner Joaquin Rivero’s family was involved with legendary brand CZ (Cabeza de Aranda y Zarco), which is considered the oldest brand of the DO. They acquired their stocks from some of the oldest and most historic soleras of Jerez and restored a derelict 19th century bodega to release their first 600 bottles in 2003 – all VORS classified wines (read: very old). They are somewhat of an anomaly – a young bodega that focused exclusively on very old wines – but their approach is completely unyielding and each wine is a benchmark and a superlative example of its style. All wines are unfined & unfiltered, bottled, labeled and individually numbered by hand.

SKU: 94
Reviews
Robert Parker - 92 See more...
The NV Tradicion Pedro Ximenez 20 anos VOS, produced from Pedro Ximenez grapes and aged in a solera for an average of 23-25 years (which was originally purchased from Domecq & Harveys), is bottled ‘young’ to preserve the character of the grapes and make it more drinkable. The alcohol is also kept at the allowed minimum of 15%. It lacks the rancio notes of others, and is looking for the balance between age and fruit, raisins, dates, dried plums, cappuccino coffee, and licorice while following the clean and precise profile of all the wines they produce. The palate is equally balanced and elegant. This little monster has around 420 grams of sugar, and should be served at 12-14? C. The wine gets more focused with a little time in the glass. Drink 2013-2018. Bodegas Tradicion, despite its name, is one of the youngest wineries in Jerez, it was created in 1998, something not so common, as most of the houses have been in operation for generations. It’s also unusual for a winery to sell exclusively old wines, even more so when it’s a young operation. But this is what Bodegas Tradicion is about. They purchased wines (botas and soleras) from everybody, Osborne, Bobadilla, Croft, Domecq, Sandeman? In the beginning they had maybe 200 botas, and now they own around 1,000. The market at the time when they started was extremely hard for Sherry, and trying to sell a new name, and exclusively old wines, was almost impossible. In 2003 they sold a grand total of 600 bottles, whereas nowadays they sell 18,000-20,0000 bottles per year. They kind of started the other way round, selling only VORS (and one VOS), and working their way towards younger wines to feed their soleras. They have now even released a Fino (a very old Fino, but a Fino after all), and they explained that even though they started buying very old soleras, they are now in need of younger wines, and they do not rule out the need to even purchase their own vineyards in the future. A Benjamin Button kind of winery! The wines are in charge of Jose Maria Quiros, who was winemaker at Agustin Blazquez and later at Domecq and has been a consultant for Alvear in Montilla-Moriles for 15 years. His aim is to preserve traditions and keep the wines as pure and true to their style as possible, and they come through as clean, elegant, precise, well-defined, focused, true to their type and indeed traditional. All wines have a hand-written lot number and year on the label.
Wine Spectator - 94 See more...
Supremely thick, with a syrupy feel to the buckwheat, toasted brown bread, warm date and molten chocolate notes. Not tiring or top-heavy, this offers singed walnut, almond, fig paste and Turkish coffee details that impart energy through the finish. Drink now. 500 cases made.

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