Jorge Ordonez Botani Old Vines Moscatel 2015 750ml - Stirling Fine Wines
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Jorge Ordonez Botani Old Vines Moscatel 2015 750ml
SKU: 27668

Jorge Ordonez Botani Old Vines Moscatel 2015



Category White Wine
Region Spain, Andalucia
Brand Jorge Ordonez
Alcohol/vol 13.5%
Pale straw color. Fresh, fragrant and mature, brimming with the aroma of Muscat grape, apple, mandarin orange and a pinch of wilted flowers. On the palate it is fruity and dry, with notes of citrus and a gentle finish.
Wine Advocate
  • wa91

A steal that I've been recommending for a number of years is the 2015 Botani Moscatel Old Vines. Totally dry and made from vines planted in 1946, 1968 and 1975, from the incredibly steep slate and quartz hillsides of Malaga, this is fermented with wild yeasts in stainless steel, where it's aged and bottled after eight months sur lie. An incredibly gorgeous flowery bouquet alone would be reason to spend the $18.00 for this medium-bodied, super-fragrant and seductive, crisp, elegant wine. The old vines, the beautiful floral notes and stunning, delicate tropical fruits that the Muscat of Alexandria varietal (the oldest clone in the Muscat family) produces, are just something to behold. Not meant for aging, but for drinking in its first year of life, so take advantage of it. For those interested: this is fermented in total stainless steel with indigenous yeasts and bottled early to preserve its incredible aromatics.

Robert Parker, August 30, 2016
Wine Enthusiast
  • we88

Lychee and minerally aromas amount to a pleasant whole. This dry, still Moscatel is texturally round and oily, while flavors of melon, lychee and orange are a touch bitter around the edges and on the finish.

Michael Schachner, December 31, 2016
Wine Spectator
  • ws88

This generous white offers focused flavors of white peach, lychee and orange blossom, backed by well-integrated acidity and balanced by a touch of sweetness. Fresh and lively. Drink now. 5,000 cases made.

Thomas Matthews, December 15, 2016