10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OLOROSO»
Discover the use of oloroso
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to oloroso
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Oz Clarke's Pocket Wine Guide 2010
BARBADILLO (Manzanilla Eva, Manzanilla En Rama, Manzanilla Solear,
Amontillado Principe, Amontillado de Sanlucar, Oloroso Seco Cuco, Palo
Cortado Obispo Gascon). Delgado Zuleta (Manzanilla Pasada La Goya). Diez
Merito (Imperial ...
Taste Buds and Molecules: The Art and Science of Food, Wine, ...
072.!) Oloroso, whether dry or sweet, always Ieavesthe impression of being
sweet and syrupy because of its richness in alcohol (ethanol) and in glycerol,
both of which create the sensation of roundness, texture, and sweetness (without
Wine Science: Principles, Practice, Perception
This may partially explain the minimal increase in acetaldehyde content
observed during the aging of oloroso sherries. However, an additional reason is
probably the conversion of acetaldehyde to acetic acid and the subsequent
Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine 2001
The finest wines are deep-flavoured FINO San Patricio, Tio Guillermo Dry
AMONTILLADO and Ochavico Dry OLOROSO. San Angelo Medium amontillado
is the most popular. Also Bicentenary PALE CREAM. González Byass Enormous
:1 Oloroso: Dark gold to deep brown in color (depending on its age), full-bodied
with rich, raisiny aroma and flavor, but dry. Olorosos lack the delicacy and
pungency of fino (flor) Sherries. They're usually between 18 and 20 percent
alcohol and ...
McCarthy, Mary Ewing-Mulligan, 2012
Spain: Recipes and Traditions from the Seaports of Galicia ...
CLAMS. WITH. OLOROSO. SHERRY. ALMEJAS. AL. OLOROSO. DE. JEREZ.
SERVES. 4TO6. Most Spanish clam preparations are pretty straightforward, and
cooked so that the shellfish don't lose their delicate flavors. Steaming them open
Handbook of Enology, The Microbiology of Wine and Vinifications
The aging process can, however, be continued chemically (oloroso wines) for 6
years or more. These products have the following names according to their age:
fino, amontillado, amontillado viejo and amontillado muy viejo. (d) Oxidative ...
Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon, Denis Dubourdieu, B. Don?che, 2006
We use pork in a variety of sweeter applications at both our 6 and Biro restaurant
concepts: with black cherry-pepper sauce, with apricots, and here, with oloroso
sherry, brown sugar, and orange juice. You can cut the ribs yourself, using a ...
Marcel Biro, Marcel Biro, Shannon Kring Biro, Marty Snortum, 2009
Oz Clarke Pocket Wine Book 2014
Oloroso This type of sherry is strongly fortified after fermentation to deter the
growth of flor. Olorosos, therefore, mature in barrel incontactwith theair,which
gradually darkens them while they remaindry, but developrich, intense, nutty and
The Wine, Beer, and Spirits Handbook: A Guide to Styles and ...
Fino Sweeten Pale Fino Aged Amontillado Cream Añada Palo cortado Solera in
Sanlucar Manzanilla Oloroso Dry Sweeten oloroso PX Cream Brown Grape must
Oloroso Sherries These wines are intended to age without flor. To that end, the ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OLOROSO»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term oloroso
is used in the context of the following news items.
Chivas Regal's Extra is a connoisseur's delight
... Scott has picked the rarest malt whiskies from the Chivas inventory to present this uniquely blended Scotch matured in Oloroso sherry casks. «GQ India, Jul 15»
Green Spot Irish whiskey: a pack dissection
... new American oak barrels, ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso Sherry before being aged in ex-Bordeaux wine casks for between 12 and 24 months. «The Drinks Report, Jul 15»
How whisky distillers escaped getting stuck in a butt
Glenfarclas, for example, use only oloroso or fino sherry butts. To begin with, desperate distillers scoured Britain buying up redundant casks ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
J. Rieger, former Tanqueray master distiller collaborating on gin
J. Rieger launched its Kansas City Whiskey, a blend of corn, malt and straight rye whiskies and 15-year-old Oloroso sherry, last November. «Kansas City Star, Jul 15»
The 'Exceptional' Must-Have Small-Batch Whiskies
Blended for further aging into first-fill Oloroso sherry casks, this inaugural release is fruity and complex. The Exceptional Grain ($100) is a blend ... «Forbes, Jul 15»
The Dalmore Affinity A 50 Year Old Wonder Whisky
... casks for 48 years before being finessed in exclusive Apostoles 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from the Gonzalez Byass bodega ... «The Whiskey Wash, Jul 15»
Glenmorangie Scotch dinner at Strada
... it is transferred into oloroso sherry casks for an additional two years. ... and established brew, a portion of which sees three years in oloroso ... «Mountain Xpress, Jul 15»
In 1972, some of the distillery's spirit was put to age in a variety of casks, including an oloroso sherry cask for the final 12 years. Then last year ... «The New Indian Express, Jul 15»
What Is Elixir and Why Are Coffee Pros Confounded by It?
The finish, just slightly oxidized, was reminiscent of oloroso sherry or perhaps a Jura wine, without any sweetness or acidity to match. With a ... «Eater, Jul 15»
10 Fragrant, Must-Try Gins for Classic Cocktails
... 18th-century recipe, pot distilled using “exotic spices inspired by the British Spice Trade,” and finally, aged for 12 months in Bourbon and oloroso Sherry casks. «Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Jul 15»