Tío Pepe en Rama is an unfiltered, unclarified Tío Pepe, straight from the cask. It is a pale yellow colour, with olive-gold tints. Very aromatic but elegant, it has a distinctive "flor” yeast bouquet, which is stronger because the wine has not been refined. Almond and yeast on the nose are accompanied by a fresh, intense, complex palate, and a salty finish.
In 1835, a young man called Manuel María González Angel arrived in Jerez, intent on making a name for himself in the thriving and lucrative sherry business. Encouraged by the consistent growth in exports, that same year he purchased a small winery and began to produce and export his own wines. This was the start of Bodegas Tío Pepe which, due to the firm’s increasing success, became the González Byass company soon afterwards.
Today, Bodegas Tío Pepe is known around the world as one of the leading producers of sherry and Brandy de Jerez.