Bodegas Osborne S.A.

Calle Fernán Caballero 7, 11500 El Puerto de Santa Maria

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.24  Wines from Spain
  •  Wines from Rioja

Wines from Rioja

  • 03  SPIRITS
  • 03.13  Brandy

Our products

Product category: Wines from Rioja

Fino Quinta

Grape variety: Palomino Fino.

Type of wine: Fino.
Area of production: D.O. Jerez.
Average Age: 4 years.
Alcohol content: 15º.

White wine vinification, with the grapes transported in cases to prevent them splitting before pressing. Gentle pressing and racking of the must for 12 hours and fermentation at a controlled temperature of 25°C. Ageing following the traditional system of “Criaderas and Soleras”, in American oak casks.

A pale yellow color with bright, luminous greenish glints. In the nose, a sharp, almond-like aroma, gentle and saline. In the mouth, dry, sharp, mildly acidic and slightly bitter.

In well-ventilated places, away from sources of heat.

Ideal as an aperitif.  Perfect accompaniment for cured cheeses, olives or almonds, or as an alternative to white wine with seafood and all types of fish. Should be drunk chilled, between 8-12°C.

Gold Medal: Bacchus, 2014.
94 Points: Peñín Guide, 2014.

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Product category: Brandy

Carlos I 1520

Brandy de Jerez Solera Gran Reserva

Brandy de Jerez y otros Espirituosos

Elaboration process:
This unique brandy, hand-crafted by our Master Blender, originates from the exquisite fusion of centuries-old Soleras from Osborne´s private reserve, an irreplaceable heritage of immense value.

Carlos I 1520, masterfully blends flavours and nuances of the Solera Gran Reserva Carlos I, Gran Reserva MD and Gran Reserva Gran Capitán, revealing a Brandy de Jerez of incomparable elegance and delicacy, with intense aromas of very old woods and fine spicy notes.

This limited small batch Brandy Solera Gran Reserva created by Master Blender Ignacio Lozano show cases the innovative spirit and craft of Osborne and Carlos I, summing up all our brandy-making skill in one unique product.

Alcohol content:

Organoleptic Characteristics:

Dark dense mahogany color, greenish reflections.

Very intense and complex. The first impression is of the vibran told darkwood notes from the extremely old Soleras, these evolve into dried fruit and slightly spicy notes.

Sipping the blend, the profile is dry confirming the presence of very old woodand spices, together with dried fruits. These myriad flavours swirl around the palate in an everlasting finish.

70 cl

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Product category: Brandy

Conde de Osborne Dalí

D.E. Brandy de Jerez.

Solera Gran Reserva.

Elaboration process:

Production process:
Brandy obtained from “holandas”, low alcohol content wine spirits (65°), aged in American oak casks previously seasoned with “Pedro Ximénez” Jerez wines, following the traditional dynamic ageing system known as “Criaderas y Soleras”.

Average Age:
More than 10 years.

Alcohol content:

Organoleptic Characteristics:
Dark mahogany with hints of burnt umber.

Elegant notes of oak which integrate perfectly with the delicate aroma of “holandas" (wine spirits) obtained in a still, with notable aromas of vanilla and perfumes of "crianza" aged wine, plums and raisins.

Smooth, unctuous and velvety with a very intense, complex finish in the mouth, with prominent and well integrated spiced notes and notes of dried fruit and nuts and chocolate.

As a general rule, in well-ventilated places, away from sources of heat. Over time, some precipitation may occur in the product in the bottle, a result of the natural process of wood ageing. If this occurs, decant the brandy before drinking.

70cl x 4, 5cl x 24

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About us

Company details

The Osborne Foundation is the conduit for the Osborne Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility. The Foundation’s objectives are to encourage training and entrepreneurship among young people and preserve and disseminate Osborne’s historical heritage.

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