Brandy Pedro Domecq, "Tres Cepas", 700 ml
Brandy beautiful dark amber.
Brandy has a soft, lingering taste with typical notes of sherry and a pleasant aftertaste.
Balanced, clean scent of brandy rich woody nuances.
Brandi used as pure ice or in combination with one of the favorite beverages. Excellent as a digestif.
Bodega Pedro Domecq - is the oldest and one of the most important wine cellars in Jerez, whose history dates back to the XVIII century. In 1725, arrived here on earnings Irishman Patrick Murphy. He quickly realized that the local wine has great potential, and in 1730 created a small cellar. After some time, it is joined by the Frenchman Juan Ori, who inherited the cellar in 1762 and is engaged in the processes of aging, storage and export of wine. In 1791 the company was taken five nephews Juan, cellar and gets the name of Juan Haurie y Sobrinos. However, by 1814, only one survives - Zhean Carlos Ori and the wine cellar close to bankruptcy.
Domecq - a very old aristocratic family, known in the southern regions of France and linked by ties of kinship with the family Ori. Fearing the consequences of the French Revolution, Pedro Domecq Lambeye sent to London, where in 1816 he moved to Jerez and takes possession of the wine cellar, in 1822 received its present name - Pedro Domecq. This energetic and capable man starts producing the first Spanish brandy.
In 1874, Pedro Domecq launches today famous brand line "Fundador". In 1855, the residence of the family Domecq becomes a beautiful house of the Palacio del Marqués de Montana, built in 1778, with a beautiful yard and trim. Currently, he is known as the Palacio Domecq, ie Palace Domecq family. In this house lived for some time outstanding taster Jose Ignacio Domecq, known to all as La Nariz, which translates as "nose".