The NV 1955 Oloroso Solera Cincuentenario is from this new range of very old wines; it does not reach the extremes of the Solera Fundacional, and is bottled at 21.5% alcohol and with some six grams of sugar, which denotes old age because of concentration. The nose is quite elegant, combining notes of evolution, incense, antique shop with others of more youth, such as dried apricots and the telltale oloroso roasted hazelnuts and varnished oak. The palate is intense and long, with penetrating flavors and a long finish, no doubt lifted by the alcohol. They bottled 200 bottles in late 2015 and plan to do another four bottlings of approximately the same number of bottles, but each label clearly states lot and bottle number. (LG)
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