Harveys Bristol Cream
Launched in 1882, and granted the Royal Warrant shortly after, Bristol Cream is crafted from a delicate blend of Jerez's finest wines; delicate finos, aged amontillados, fragrant olorosos and the special Pedro Ximenez grape providing a silky, mellow smoothness. Known for its deep golden chestnutty and amber tones, the nose is full, fragrant, pungent and elegant all at once. On the palate Bristol Cream delivers a full bodied experience with rich yet mellow notes leaving a long lasting and velvety finish. A complete, balanced and surprising compendium of wine from Jerez, it's best enjoyed chilled at 12°C in a wine glass or mix over ice with a slice of orange.
|Region||Spain, Jerez / Sherry / Manzanilla|
Wine SpectatorModerately sweet and one-dimensional, showing a light caramel flavor and a hint of oxidation. Drink now. 120,000 cases imported.
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