Maestro Dobel Releases $1,100 Wine Barrel-Finished Tequila
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Maestro Dobel Teams up With Silver Oak for a $1,100 Wine Barrel-Finished Tequila

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Dobel 50 Silver Oak Edition Bottle.

Maestro Dobel, the Cristalino tequila specialists owned by the same family as Jose Cuervo and 1800, has teamed up with Northern California winery Silver Oak for a unique new bottling.

Dobel 50 Silver Oak edition is an Extra Añejo finished in Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon wine barrels. The collaboration comes as a celebration of the winery’s 50th anniversary.

This newest bottling is said to combine agave-centric flavors of citrus with wine-characteristic hints of figs, dates and red fruits. If that sounds delicious, then pause only to consider that this extravagant bottle is currently on sale for a suggested retail price of $1,100.

Maestro Dobel has largely oriented its brand around luxury releases, the majority of its portfolio specializing in the increasingly popular category of charcoal-filtered Cristalino expressions.

Dobel has also ventured into making a Pavito tequila, a technique frequently seen in mezcal production but rarely in tequila in which a turkey breast is utilized during the distillation of the spirit.

Dobel 50 Silver Oak edition is neither a Cristalino nor a Pavito, but it nonetheless seems like a welcome addition to the brand’s growing premium catalog.

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