Cardenal Mendoza Solera Nebulis
Sánchez Romate Hnos. 1781
Jerez de la Frontera. For centuries the city was famous in the world for its Sherry wines, and at the end of the eighteenth century it had become a hive of commercial activities thanks to the great international demand for these wines.
With some of the oldest wineries of Spain, Jerez attracted merchants from near and far. However, it was a Spaniard, Juan Sánchez de la Torre, who founded the'Sánchez Romate Hermanos winery, one of the few remaining wineries in the Jerez Appellation of Origin that is still in the hands of local owners - and less so in the hands of family .
What drove Juan Sánchez de la Torre was his restless nature and passion for Jerez and its wine heritage. Over time, the winery grew and adapted to the successive technical advances that were taking place while maintaining respect for traditional methods. More than a century after its founding, the winery became a milestone when in 1887 the fourth generation of the Sánchez Romate family decided to create an exclusive brandy for their family and circle of closest friends. This was the'beginning of Cardenal Mendoza Solera Gran Reserva, the company's flagship brand.
Today, Sánchez Romate wines and brandies maintain the international spirit created by Juan Sánchez de la Torre himself, with a firm commitment to quality and expansion to the rest of the world.
Nebulis is a limited production artisanal product for brandy and liquor lovers in general, but especially for those who appreciate smooth and elegant smoky notes in their glass.
The name comes from the clouds of smoke formed when 250 liter barrels are toasted with the shoots of their vines. These barrels are imbued with the herbaceous, smoky aroma provided by the vine shoots.
The nose shows a gradual evolution as the initial soft smoky notes gain intensity. On the palate, the brandy blends with the spicy notes of fresh tobacco and the elegant smokiness of the vine, inviting you to drink more.
over 20 years
Aging in American oak barrels;
distillation of brandy in copper stills