Total acidity: 0.4 g/L
Properly stored, it will hold its potential for the next: 20 years
Available sizes: 75 cl and 70 cl
Tasting note: An aged brandy with a noble dark amber color. The deep warm aroma reveals traces of dried fruit and nuts. It displays elegant notes of spices (vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg). The palate is rich and unctuous.
Storytelling: The wondrous arts employed by the scholar Arnau de Vilanova in the 13th century hold the sublime secret of this brandy: double distillation. During the 1960s, Miguel A. Torres began planting foreign varieties in his vineyards. Symbol of both age-old tradition and innovation, Torres 20 was among the first brandies in the Spanish market to use French varieties. It combined Ugni Blanc with the pale, fruity wines of the Parellada variety, grown on the high slopes of the Alt Penedès. The base wines undergo double distillation in traditional copper pot stills to produce pure and aromatic wine spirits. Over the course of many years, these delicate wine spirits age in select oak casks, gradually developing warm aromas of spices and an elegant palate. The bottle is inspired by a decanter that dates back to the second generation of the Torres family. The heirloom survives to this day, handed down through generations. This constant search for perfection has been recognized on numerous occasions, including the gold trophy for Best Brandy in the World at the prestigious International Wine & Spirits Competition (UK).