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1885 Solera Malaga - Scholtz Hermanos

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Location: Netherlands
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Scholtz Hermanos was one of the most important producers and exporters in Málaga for more than 150 years. Christian and Richard Scholtz were German brothers from Berlin with international business ambitions who arrived in southern Spain in the first years of the 19th century. By 1807 they had established their own winery and export business, and Scholtz Hermanos dessert wines were considered top-notch until 1996, when the company closed. During its existence Scholtz Hermanos produced wines that won awards throughout the world. A close look at the estate’s label shows a line of medals won at various international competitions from Philadelphia and Paris to Vienna. The legendary wine writer Alexis Lichine in 1978 described Scholtz Hermanos as one of the region’s “principal producers and exporters” known for wines “of considerable distinction.” Many Scholtz Hermanos wines were made according to the solera blending system, in which wines of various ages are blended to achieve optimum character. Generally, the date on the bottle refers to the oldest vintage contained in the blend, not to the date the wine was released.

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United States $34.16
Austria $20.98
Belgium $20.98
Denmark $20.98
France $20.98
Germany $20.98
Italy $20.98
Luxembourg $20.98
Netherlands $9.50
Spain $20.98
Sweden $20.98
United Kingdom $20.98
Rest of Europe $27.40
Anywhere else $34.16

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