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Oloroso ("scented" in Spanish) is a variety of fortified wine (sherry) made in Jerez and Montilla-Moriles and produced by oxidative aging. It is normally darker ...

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OLOROSO Tapas and Sherry Bar brings about the Spanish tradition of “vamos el tapeo” to Center City Philadelphia. Kissed by the fire of our wood burning oven ...

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103 reviews of Oloroso "Food is absolutely delicious. Every dish done right. Loved the service. The waiter was so kind. She helped us with choices of drinks and ...

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Book now at Oloroso in Philadelphia, PA. Explore menu, see photos and read 531 reviews: "Excellent Brunch buffet in Center City. Food was outstanding.

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Nov 28, 2017 ... Chef Townsend Wentz just opened Oloroso, his third restaurant in Philly after Townsend, offering French fare on East Passyunk Avenue, and ...

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Feb 15, 2018 ... Oloroso isn't a tapas place. You might think it is, and it might look like it is, but it isn't. You may remember Townsend Wentz saying on our ...

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Oloroso is aged in the absence of flor, in an oxidative way and starts from a selection of heavier, more full-structured musts than a Fino or Manzanilla.

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Oloroso is a wine made from palomino grapes. The special structure that it demonstrates at an initial tasting destines it for oxidative ageing. For this reason ...

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Mar 9, 2018 ... Like Townsend and A Mano before it, Oloroso breaks some rules of Spanish cuisine for all the right reasons on Walnut Street in Philadelphia.