Fine, delicate and fresh, the Los Amigos Pedro Ximénez has great affinity with the terroir of Montilla-Moriles. Its grapes thrive in the heat and are rich in sugars, essential to produce dry fine wines that achieve 17% vol. without fortification and sweet wines of harmonious depth.
The legend of the grape traces it to a soldier named Pedro Ximénez, who was said to have brought it five centuries ago from northern Europe, recent studies situate its origin in central and eastern Spain. After being planted and acclimatised in Madeira and the Canary Islands, the Pedro Ximénez variety returned triumphantly to Andalusia, where it thrives on the hills of Montilla-Moriles.