Since Norwegian Jan Pettersen, formally of Osborne, took control of Fernando de Castilla in 1999, he moved the company in the direction of producing the best unblended, untreated sherries. He has been successful!
The entry level wines are textbook examples of each style, and their antique wines are something really special that every sherry buff should try.
An extraordinarily fine, complex and sophisticated drink. Beautiful shining amber colour, fascinatingly complex raisined, nutty, tangy nose and a flavour displaying layer upon layer of deliciously plump sensations on the...
One of the most exceptional of the small, independent sherry houses, Fernando de Castilla was revitalised in 1999 by Jan Pettersen - a Norwegian with a passion for top quality...
A beautifully balanced sherry with rich mahogany colour, walnut, peel and dark spice flavours with a rounded note on the finish. An outstanding winter sherry.
Rich, velvety and syrupy with lots of raisins, figs, coffee and leather characters. Pour it over ice cream or drink with Christmas Pud, chocolate desserts or strong blue cheeses. Contains...