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Sherry-Jerez-Xeres, Six different styles from Dry to Sweet Half Bottles

Sherry-Jerez-Xeres, Six different styles from Dry to Sweet Half Bottles

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‘Deliciosa’Manzanilla, Valdespino, Pago de Miraflores - 37.5cl

Pale golden in colour with an intense saline aroma, with rich concentrated notes of fresh dough and red apples. The palate is deliciously crisp and refreshing with quintessential manzanilla notes of sea salt and ripe citrus fruits. Very well balanced with a long finish.

Country: Spain Region: Sanlucar

ABV: 15% Bottle Size: 37.5cl Natural, Vegan, Vegetarian

Additional Information: The Manzanilla bodega is situated in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, where the climate is cooler than inland Jerez, as a result the 'flor' layer is thicker, offering more protection to the wine and therefore more freshness and saline character. The wine spent six years under the 'flor'

 Fino, El Puerto, Bodegas Gutiérrez Colosía- 37.5cl

A maritime Fino, quite youthful, an average 3 years old, light hints of flor as well as some hay and a hint of seashells. Light ripe apple and subtle notes of chamomile, not unlike some Manzanillas. Very fresh and round, with a lemony palate, salted almonds and crisp apple. Very pleasant bitterness in the finish.

Country: Spain Region: El Puerto de Santa Maria

ABV: 15% Bottle Size: 37.5 Natural: Yes

Additional Information: Bodegas Gutiérrez Colosía has been located on the mouth of the river Guadalete in El Puerto de Santa María since 1838. The buildings were used by different producers until it was acquired by the Gutiérrez family in the 1920s.

They operated as an almacenista, a bodega that produces wine only for larger bodegas such as Williams & Humbert, Osborne, Lustau and Gonzalez Byass among others. During the late 1990s, the company was split among different family members and Juan Carlos Gutiérrez decided to start bottling wines under his own name in 1998. It is now one of the last family-owned bodegas in the region.

The Gutiérrez Colosía wineries are the only ones located on the riverside, right on the quay and probably the closest to the ocean of all the sherry bodegas. The dry Levante and the humid Poniente winds regulate the surrounding moisture level. Given the optimal environmental conditions, the activity of the flor is particularly active here.

Amontillado, El Maestro Sierra, 12 Years Old

Clear, light amber in colour, with tangy aromas of caramel, toastiness and aged earthy wood. Rich, elegant and dry, yet delicate with flavours of over ripe apple, dried apricots, orange and spiciness intertwined with a substantial nutty background. Well-integrated lively acidity and a long smooth opulent finish filled with savoury smoky taste of aged wine.

Country: Spain Region: Jerez ABV: 17.5% Bottle Size: 37.5cl Natural

This Bodega was started by master carpenter José Antonio Sierra in 1832, after he decided he could make better sherries than the producers he was supplying barrels to. Against the will of the large Sherry houses, his little outfit became one of the top Almacenistas.

Oloroso, El Maestro Sierra 15 Years Old

This Oloroso gives complex aromas of hazelnuts, bitter orange and exotic spices. Umami notes of beef stock and dried mushrooms underpin the lighter characters in this wine. The texture is rich with a suggestion of caramel sweetness, figs and toffee; balanced well with the acidity. Being an Oloroso it has been oxidatively aged with the winery choosing American oak.

Country: Spain Region: Jerez ABV: 19% Bottle Size: 37.5cl Natural

El Maestro Sierra is today one of the most respected and revered Sherry houses of Jerez. Jose Antonio Sierra founded the winery in 1832. He was a carpenter responsible for making most of the barrels used in the soleras of Jerez but he always wanted to be an actual sherry producer, not just a supplier of the vessels that made sherry.

Since El Maestro Sierra was never a large scale producer and historically didn't sell a lot of volume, their solera stocks are amongst the oldest and finest in Jerez.

Moscatel Dorado, César Florido

Really floral, orange blossom water, jasmin, apricot and bergamot on the nose. On the Palate it is lusciously sweet but not cloying, there’s plenty of acidity,juicy apricot that helps to keep things in balance.

Country: Spain Region: Chipiona, Jerez ABV: 17.5% Bottle Size: 37.5 cl

Sustainable Farming: Yes Biodynamic, Organic

Additional Information: The sandy area around Chipiona is the prime spot for Moscatel grapes in the sherry region. Within this small coastal village, just west of Sanlúcar, the leading producer is César Florido. Family run since 1887, they own 21 ha of vineyards around Chipiona and in the pago Miraflores and Balbaína of Sanlúcar, keeping control of the entire winemaking process.

Pedro Ximinez, Bodega Callejuella

Tasting Note: Dark mahogany, with a nose of dates, dried apricots and nutmeg. Very silky mouth with a spicy touch of ginger. Good acidity and long aftertaste

Made of Pedro Ximinez grapes using the asoleo drying process, the grapes are left on mats under the sun to raisen before being made into wine Aged for 4 years in the solera system.

Country: Spain Region: Sanlucar de Barrameda ABV: 19% Size: 37.5 cl

Sustainable Farming: Yes Bio: Yes Organic : Yes

Additional Information: Callejuela was founded in 1980 by Francisco Blanco Martinez, after having worked in vineyards for more than 20 years. He started by producing mosto which he sold to other bodegas as an almacenista, meanwhile making some wine for family consumption. Over the years he is able to buy vineyards in some of the best pagos, in total about 28 hectares in different parts of Sanlúcar, Jerez and El Puerto. Some of the best plots are in Macharnudo and Añina (Jerez) as well as El Hornillo and La Callejuela (Sanlúcar).

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