First released to celebrate the centenary of the Kay Family’s arrival at Amery on February 2nd 1891. Aged in small and large oak barrels for more than a decade to gain rich intensity. It’s a labour of love and the ‘angels’ enjoy their share.
Colour: Deep tawny brown with orange hues.
Nose: Prunes, nutty, vanilla and rancio characters.
Palate: Aged rancio characters, a spanish term that describes the peak of refinement in aromas and flavours derived by the aging process. Rich, concentrated dried fruit, marmalade underscored by caramel and chocolate. The bight acidity is providing a fresh clean finish.\
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