We have recently added the best wines made by the renowned winery Toro Albalá to our online catalog, a bodega founded in 1922 by José María Toro Albalá, and run at present day by its current owner, Antonio Sanchez Romero.
This winery, under the AO Montilla-Moriles and based in Aguilar de la Frontera (Córdoba, Andalusia), has been presenting, year after year, some of the best sweet and fortified wines in Spain, according to wine guides such as Peñín, The Wine Advocate and further confirmed by the numerous international awards.
Above all, Convento Selección stands out among its peers: these long-aged sweet wines will leave a lasting impression if you’re lucky enough to taste them. The price is certainly not alluring but the quality makes it worth paying for this quirk.
Don PX Gran Reserva and Don PX deserve a mention, excellent wines at a lighter fare.
In the same range it is worth mentioning the “eléctrico” series, fine wines named after their place of aging, a former power station.
In short, there is no excuse for overlooking these unique sweet and fortified wines, forgotten in their day but reborn stronger than ever, are called to be the Spanish wines that make a difference in the international arena.