"Mind blowing," in Parker's words -- which says it all. Despite bearing a color which would ordinarily indicate sweetness, this is bone dry, the nut-brown shade resulting from the wine reacting with the air - excellent with nuts, cheese and shellfish. A wine of great subtlety, to be savored slowly.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (RP): 96
"A mind-blowing sherry is the non-vintage Palo Cortado Peninsula Solera Reserva. Like all Lustau sherries except for the East India, it is made from the Palomino varietal. A dry, crisp, full-throttle, intense sherry offering incredibly complex, nutty aromas, it represents a style that falls between the Amontillado and the more oxidized, heavier Oloroso."