Espagne - Andalousie
This cuvée has the same main characteristics as the fino but is obtained from a terroir and a significantly different aging environment. The manzanilla is a jerez, which has aged in the bodegas of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a small town located on the Guadalquivir estuary. It is often said that the sea air, rich in iodine, infuses wines during their stay in barrels and gives them a salty side distinct from the classic finos raised in Jerez de la Frontera.
The color is golden with a slightly more intense color than that of Puerto Fino. The nose is subtly intense, iodized and marked by an assertive hint of fresh grated celery. On the palate, the attack is round, full-bodied and even fat. Great minerality with almost pebbly notes. The frame remains lively, marked by moderate acidity. The persistence is superb, carried by a clean, dry and particularly aromatic finish.
Dry white wine. Sailing wine.
Food and wine :
Cantabrian anchovies and arbequina olives. Bresse chicken supreme in a fine mustard crust and pan-fried chanterelles.
Aging potential in your cellar:
75 cl - 15% volume
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
"The consumption of alcoholic drinks during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".
|Naming of wines :||Jerez|
|Color :||White wine|
|Type of farming:||conventional agriculture|
|Vintage :||Not vintage|
|Keep :||3 year guard potential|
|Style of wines :||Dry and deep white wine , Sailing wine|
|The advice of guides :||Parker, French Wine Review|