Sherry Harvey's

Bristol Réserve, Rich Oloroso, Solera, Over 100 years ago

Provenance: Lombrail-Teucquam Varenne, 6/19/1999

Sherry Harvey's (3156)

Harveys Bristol Reserve has a full, rich flavour which can be enjoyed immediately or kept in reserve to complement that special occasion. A fine blend of traditional style Oloroso Sherries, bottled with a full length cork, which also allows the wine to be laid down to mature further. In the same way as the best vintage wines, this sherry may form a natural deposit or crust after 3 or 4 years in bottle.

$ 1,099.00

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Some details:

Size 1 ltr
Vintage Non-vintage
Alcohol 17.0 %
Age 100+ year old
Classification Oloroso
Fill level Mid neck
Maturation Solera - Sherry


Well before the Roman conquest some 2,200 years ago, the area around Cadiz, Spain already boasted a flourishing grape-growing and winemaking tradition. Canaanites, who founded the city around 900 b.c., brought vines and the winemaking trade with them. Greeks added to this knowledge and during Rome’s rule from about 200 b.c. to 100 a.d., Cadiz’s wine industry transformed from a local industry to a phenomenon throughout the known world. Vintages from the area around southern Spain soon were being shipped throughout the Empire. The drink that would become the sherry we know today was a favorite among the Roman elite.


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John Harvey & Sons Ltd.

John Harvey & Sons Ltd.

In 1796 the introduction of Harvey's wine-trading business was established in Denmark Street in Bristol. Owned by William Perry, who went into partnership with Thomas Urch. In 1822 Urch's nephew (John Harvey) joined the firm as an apprentice. By 1839 John Harvey was the senior partner in the Bristol branch of the family business, and by 1871 the whole company was known as John Harvey & Sons.

Bristol Cream

Bristol Cream

Although as a wine trader their firm specializes in importing, blending and exporting fortified wines, in particular, the company's primary brand Bristol Cream, it has been selling its Cognac for a long time. After 1960 the business relocated from Denmark Street to Whitchurch Lane, Hartcliffe, at which point the Denmark Street cellars became Britain's only wine museum, with adjoining restaurant. Both closed in 2003.


Harveys Cellars

By 2016, the bar Harveys Cellars has the same location on the same site in Denmark Street. Today it is a subsidiary of Allied Lyons.