- IT ALL STARTS WITH DISTILLATION
In this part of the elaboration process, the so-called Coffey columns play a fundamental role: large copper structures that act as catalysts, trapping the sulphur in the wine and making the distillate smooth, with a very characteristic sweetness.
These columns make Terry inimitable, as they are made ad-hoc for the brand. From this process, the distillation of 70% alcohol called “Holanda” is obtained, from which only the core part of that distillate is preserved, also referred to as the “heart”.
- NEXT STEP: AGEING
This is followed by the traditional brandy elaboration system, typical of the Marco de Jerez region. Ageing in oak casks previously seasoned with sherry wines.
At this stage we find the reason why there is a difference between Terry 1900 and Terry Centenario, as the first one is aged longer than the second one. Therefore, it is called Brandy de Jerez.
- LAST PART: BOTTLING
We finish the elaboration process by bottling our products in their iconic bottles, preparing them so that the experience of our beverages is satisfactory from beginning to end.
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