The bouquet opens up in an alluring fashion, more floral than vegetal, more vanilla -like than spicy-- the middle stage passes see no diminishment in aromatic strength as the vanilla/oaky scent deepens and the flowery aspect drifts away -- the final nosing is one of harmony and stately elegance… there’s a genuine understated complexity to it that many tequilas don’t possess -- intriguingly different; on palate, the entry flavor is lush, almost regal as gentle, but deceptively characterful tastes of wood and dried fruit greet the taste buds -- the mid-palate
Intriguingly different; on palate, the entry flavor is lush, almost regal as gentle, but deceptively characterful tastes of wood and dried fruit greet the taste buds. The mid-palate turns more appropriately vegetal in an agave-like manner, complete with mild notes of pepper and soft dill; the aftertaste borders on being luxurious as long, deep flavors of sweet pepper and vanilla/oak enchant the palate; to its immense credit, it does offer an alternative to tequila that’s simultaneously complex and elegant.
Mexico, a generous land, a land rich of traditions and culture.
While tequila is known worldwide, connoisseurs delight with sotol, Mexico´s best kept secret.
A secret of 800 years reserved for the hacendados and distinguished guests.
The Hacienda Tabalaopa, a family jewel since it’s establishment in 1881, has historically embraced Sotol as the spirit of the region.
Leading a new generation of Mexican spirits Vinomex presents Sotol Hacienda de Chihuahua, an ultra premium spirit.