The bottle is a creation of one of our most universal artists: Salvador Dalí. It was in 1964 when Osborne commissioned Salvador Dalí to design a bottle and label for this unique and exceptional brandy.
His bottle of white porcelain, an authentic sculptural work, reflects the spirit, class and elegance of one of the great names in the history of Jerez brandies: Osborne.
Brandy obtained from holandas, low grade wine spirits (65º), which is aged in American oak boots previously wrapped with Jerez Pedro Ximénez wines, following the traditional dynamic aging aging of Criaderas and Soleras. Has a dark mahogany color with brown shades.
- To the nose: Elegant notes of oak wood very well integrated with the delicate aroma of wine holandas obtained in alquitara, being able to emphasize aromas of vanilla and aging perfumes, plums and raisins.
Aging average: 10 years.
Denomination: Brandy de Jerez.