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Lustau East India Solera

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Lustau East India Solera


  • 3 años
  • Bottle size:
  • 75 cl
  • Percentage of Alcohol:
  • 20


P 96
Parker Score 96
ñ 91
Peñín Score 91
Enterwine Score 96
Media rating 95

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Lustau East India Solera is the result of combining to great wines produced in the Jerez-Xérès-Sherry region.

On the one hand, an Oloroso wine made from Palomino. On the other hand, a wine made from Pedro Ximénez.

Both of them were separately aged using the Soleras and Criaderas system for over period between 15 and 50 years.

After that, the winemaker decided the blend, which usually follows the proportion of the traditional Cream wines. That is, 80% Oloroso - 20% Pedro Ximénez.

Once blended, Lustau East India Solera, by Emilio Lustau, was aged for a minimum of 3 years prior to its commercial release.


Additional Information


Bright, medium-high mahogany-coloured robe with some bronze tinges.


Notes of raisins, figs, grapes and plums, along with aromas of spices, coffee, toast, balsam, spices and dry fruit.


This Spanish fortified wine is dense and voluminous, but not in the least heavy. Raisins, bitter chocolate and dry fruit over a background of iodized and salty notes. Fresh acidity, sweet tannins and long, persistent finish.

Our personal opinion

A Sherry wine Lustau East India Solera is a great match with cured chesses or chocolate and dry fruit desserts.

Year No
Type Big
D.O. Jerez-Xérès-Sherry-Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 13-15ºC
Should this wine be decanted? No
Does this wine follow the guidelines of biodynamic Farming? No
Organic No
Is this product free of sulfites? No
Ageing 3 años
Parker Score 96
Peñin Score 91
Our Score 96
Media rating 95
Other guides No
Name of Award No
Mono-Varietal No
Percentage of variety “Palomino”: “Pedro Ximenez”:
Pairings Aged cheeses, Alone, Aperitif, Blue cheeses, Chocolate, Chocolate cake, Cured cheeses, Dry fruit pastries
Taste Slightly sweet, Tasty with barrel notes, Very intense and inky
Occasion A special occasion, Aperitif, Because you can, Desserts, Romantic Dinner
  1. from California review by Haskell on 8/23/2018

    I don't think there is a more complex or deeper wine than Sherry. It is an acquired taste, for sure. However, when you have experienced its complexity, there is no way back. This is immensely satisfying.

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