Since 1870 the house of TORRES has been passing down the secret of making great wines, from father to son, as a jealously guarded heritage and a family tradition. History has left its indelible traces on the landscape of our vineyards. A visit to our best estates and properties also offers splendid opportunities to view medieval castles and monastery farms like Milmanda, ancient royal hunting fields like Mas La Plana, and mysterious retreats of Moorish alchemists like the old marabout of Mas Rabell, presided over by a magical age-old oak tree… The “torres” or towers of history are the heraldic symbol of our family, and wines become history when they bear the TORRES signature. Torres Jaime I gained its wonderful softness and elegance through the long aging in the solera system. After ripening, the brandy is a small amount of 1972 Eau-de-Vie Folle Blanche, the traditional vine for wine distillates in Cognac, added, further adds subtle fruit and floral aromas.
Deep, dark amber in colour. The bouquet is concentrated, complex with distinctive notes of coconut, dried fruit and fine, for the long maturation typical wort; all easily encircled by delicate floral scent. The palate is round and juicy with the characteristic softness long matured brandies, complex, majestic with long finish that leaves a velvety impression on the palate.