"The Sibarita Oloroso solera was founded in 1792 and is composed of 106 barrels. Only 1.5% of the wine is drawn from each barrel annually, bottling 206 cases of 3 bottles each for the world. Unquestionably, the Sibarita solera is one of the most famous and oldest soleras of Jerez. While sold as a VORS (guaranteed minimum age of 30 years), it is at least twice that age. Despite their lack of real profitability, these old wines have been lovingly looked after by the Osborne family. The wines could never be sold for their real value, but help give prestige to the Osborne bodega, and to the sherry category in general."
* Size: 500
* Vintage: NV
* Producer: Osborne
* Region: Andalucia
* Subregion: Cadiz
* Variety: Palomino
* Farming: Traditional
* The labels organic, biodynamic, sustainable,
natural and traditional that are listed here, are based
on our best understanding of the producers' farming practices
and do not represent or claim to be a certification of any kind.