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Barón Manzanilla Micaela

The Manzanilla Micaela is a white sailing wine aged in "Solera" for 5 years.
A wine with aromas of flowers and dried fruit. Fresh and smooth, with a hint of bitterness.
The authentic Manzanilla from one of the oldest bodegas in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

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Bodegas Barón

Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Jerez DO

Espagne - Andalousie

This wine has the same main characteristics as the fino but is obtained from a significantly different terroir and maturing environment. Manzanilla is a jerez, aged in the bodegas of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a small town on the Guadalquivir estuary. It is often said that the iodine-rich sea air infuses the wines while they are in barrel, giving them a saline quality that is distinct from the classic finos made in Jerez de la Frontera.

The very special microclimate of the winery, located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, favours the development of a flora with very particular organoleptic characteristics. This biological ageing continues for a period of three to four years and is carried out in American oak barrels according to the traditional system of "criaderas" and "solera".

Grape varieties :

100% palomino

Tasting notes:

Straw yellow in colour, this is a wine with intense aromas of dried fruit (walnuts and toasted almonds), brioche, chalk, and aromatic herbal notes. On the palate, it is a fresh and mineral wine with a beautiful finesse, while keeping a certain roundness and unctuousness. A long and persistent finish with toasty notes, a pleasant bitterness and a hint of salinity.

Wine style :

Dry white wine. Sailing wine.

Food and wine pairing :

Moroccan-style chicken tajine with lemon. Salmon tartar with lime, crunchy fennel and tangy honey.

Potential aging in your cellar :

3 years

Analytical :

75 cl - 15 % volume

Contains sulphites

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Drink in moderation.

"Consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child.

Country : Spain
Region: Andalusia
Naming of wines : Jerez
Color : White wine
Type of farming: conventional agriculture
Vintage : Not vintage
Keep : 3 year guard potential
Style of wines : Sailing wine, Dry and deep white wine
Grapes: Palomino

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