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Bodegas Torres was founded in 1870 by Jaime Torres Vendrell as one of Spain’s premier wineries, but the family had been growing grapes in the area for more than one hundred years before that. The estate has endured two World Wars and the Spanish Civil War with a few scrapes along the way, but has survived to become one of the most respected producers of Spanish Wines. They started distilling and aging Brandy in 1928, and their products are now considered one of the finest Brandies produced in the entire region. The company is based in Barcelona with six local vineyards and a presence in Sebastopol, Napa Valley, California.
Torres 30 Jaime — the "30" refers to the average age of the brandies in this blend and "Jaime" is in honor of the founder. There are several grapes used in producing this delectable dram, but the majority of the juice comes from the Parellada grape — a regional variety that Bodega Torres is famous for. It is a rich and aromatic example of some of the best brandy-making in Spain. But we also simply can’t ignore the amazing packaging — with its sculpturally twisted decanter and perforated carrying tube, the display is as artistic as the elixir inside.
*This bottle is a collector’s item; we will not be able to entertain any refunds or exchanges.
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Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Coconut, dried cherry, and spices.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Lush with fig and tobacco.
Long and velvety.
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