Fino, Spanish for 'Fine', is the driest and most pale of all varieties of traditional sherry wine. Traditional Fino wine is usually non-sweet and is best consumed shortly after the bottle is opened in order to avoid losing its flavour. Kavalan's Fino, however, matured in the finest Fino Sherry butts that were used for the wine making, however, provides mild sweetness that excites the palate.
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eeDESCRIPTION The burgeoning whisky Japanese industry has been largely attributed to its two founding fathers: Shinjiro Torii and Masataka Taketsuru. Shinjiro established the Suntory brand, founding the first distillery in...
DESCRIPTION Succulent with soft fruit. TASTING NOTES Color: pure gold Nose: peach, pineapple, grapefruit, clove, candied orange, vanilla, Mizunara (Japanese oak) Palate: coconut, cranberry, butter Finish: sweet ginger, cinnamon, long finish PRODUCT SUMMARY Volume...
DESCRIPTION The legendary Islay, Is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Known as "The Queen of the Hebrides" Islay is associated with peaty single malt whiskies. This flight has been carefully...
DESCRIPTION It is often said that when two worlds come together, they create something magical, or simply extraordinary. For us, this is the absolute truth behind our new Macallan 12...