There are only six bodegas in Jerez with approved anadas, aka single-vintage wines, and only Gonzalez-Byass, Lustau and Bodegas Tradicion have any in the market. Tradicion doesn’t want to release anything younger than 20 years old. They filled only 250 bottles of the 1975 Tradicion Palo Cortado de Anada from a specific cask, or bota (number one!). The botas are sealed by the Consejo and they cannot be refilled, so they are naturally more concentrated than the solera wines. You can expect an absolutely regal, intense and explosively complex sherry. This is the sort of wine that grips your palate (and your mind) and won't let go. Out of all of Tradición's A–ada releases, this is easily the most anticipated. This is easily one of the most precious and downright thrilling wines in the world.