In 1922, after some generations, José María Toro Albalá acquired and reformed the towns’ old power plant and transferred the family wine cellar to establish Bodegas Toro Albalá. In the 70’s, Antonio Sánchez, graduating from the Bordeaux French school, sought a personality and, betting on the vintage system, he obtained unmistakable wines. He found Pedro Ximénez of Montilla Moriles’ quality - its value, unique and distinctive - in vintage wines. The grapes come from higher quality zones - Sierra de Montilla and Moriles Altos. Small lands from the Montalbán zone are used for the raisining of grapes. In 2013, Don PX Convento Selección 1946 was qualified as one of the best wines in history with 100 Parker points.
The 1931 & 1958 “Convento Selección” are wines that have aged for generations in amontillado butts so that the wine and wood could merge seamlessly. The 1965 has notes dates, dried figs, subtle citric aroma, candied fruit and highlighted aromas of American oak - smoked, spicy and toasted touches, and background memories of liquorice that gives freshness on nose. The 1973 Don PX Vieja Cosecha is fresh and full of candied orange, sweet spices, toffee, candies, chocolates and coffee.
1999 Don PX Gran Reserva
1973 Don PX Vieja Cosecha
1965 Don PX 'Selección'
1958 Don PX 'Convento Selección'
1931 Don PX 'Convento Selección'