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Equipo Navazos, La Bota No 116, Oloroso 'Montilla', Montilla Moriles, Spain

Product code: 4915
Equipo Navazos, La Bota No 116, Oloroso 'Montilla', Montilla Moriles, Spain

Producer Profile

Equipo Navazos was born out of a group of friends passion to share the authentic, traditional wines of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Montilla … legitimately some of the greatest wines of the world!

These wines come from soleras and individual casks that remain, relatively neglected by the market in corners of many of Andalusia’s most prestigious bodegas. These unexpected yet fortunate findings have been made available to wine lovers around the world in limited quantities under the La Bota series (consecutively numbered editions, with the date of each saca or withdrawal date on the label)… in doing so respecting generations of expertise and care for these rare and beautiful wines. Today their efforts are increasingly focused on producing their own exceptional wines, such as Florpower, that truly express the character of Sanlúcar and its unique terroir. Outside of Andalusia, Equipo Navazos have collaborated with winemakers including Dirk Niepoort and Sergi Colet to develop authentic and individual wines that never fail to impress.


With this release number 116 Equipo are revisiting the same solera in Montilla from where our releases number 46 and 74 were sourced. Again Pérez Barquero, where Rafael Cordoba, co-owner of the company, has been controlling with exceptional care the vineyards and vintages for decades.


La Bota de Oloroso 116 “Montilla” comes from a selection of casks from the Solera Diógenes, located in the third row at the Bodega El Puente. All the casks selected belong to the solera itself. This fact, together with the elapsed time and with the fact that the withdrawals from these casks are always small, explain why this wine is almost five years older than its predecessor, La Bota de Oloroso 74. Its estimated average age is therefore close to 35 years. A master in obtaining truly outstanding musts, both yema (first press) and color (second press). With these second press musts, locally called “vino de color”, the expert winemaker Juan Márquez produces sublime Olorosos. Saca of October 2022.

Oak Ageing

Tasting Note

Very fragrant and strongly bodied. A wine which very noticeably show the rotundity of the Pedro Ximénez grape.

Food Matching

Serve in medium-sized white wine glasses, in small servings and at a cool temperature (12-13 degrees C) to emphasise its intensity and enjoy with good food.


Robert Parkers The Wine Advocate 94 Points
The NV La Bota de Oloroso 116 Montilla follows the wines numbered 74 and 46, from four barrels they selected. It's another textbook example of the category, perhaps a little drier and more vertical, with Pedro Ximenez aromas and hints of peaches, varnish and hazelnuts. It comes from a solera of Pedro Ximénez wines from the cellars of Pérez-Barquero in Montilla that has been aged oxidatively for an average of 30 years. I find finesse, velvet and glycerin in this wine, which makes it closer to the character of a Palo Cortado. This summer 2022 bottling is 3,000 bottles. 94 Points, LG, September 2022.

Technical Details
Pedro Ximénez 100%

Natural cork



Case Size:
6 x 75cl