Sherry Valdespino Manzanilla Senorita
Reviews of purchase Valdespino Manzanilla Senorita
Jerez pale yellow.
Salty, creamy taste disclosed notes of bitter almond and walnut. The finish is remarkably balanced and very pleasant.
Delicate aroma with notes of sherry salt, hawthorn fruit and floral notes.
Jerez is used as an aperitif and digestif, it also goes well with desserts, smoked and oily fish, seafood, soups, solid strong cheeses, cheeses with mold. Is perfect for a cigar.
"Manzanillo Senorita" is made from grapes Palomino highest quality, which grows in the coastal area in the small port town of Sanlucar de Barrameda. The proximity of the sea saturates grapes shades of sea salt, so taste "Manzanillo Senorita" salty and has a great subtlety.
Bodegas Valdespino - the oldest manufacturer of sherry cellars which have existed for more than six centuries. At the end of the XIII century Spanish knight Alonso Valdespino received an award from the Spanish king 30 hectares of vineyards. Thus began the history of the first small family business, now known around the world. However, officially the founding year of the wineries in the form in which it has reached our days, it is considered in 1875. Valdespino owns 400 hectares of vineyards, including vineyards Macharnudo, considered the best in Jerez. Typical calcareous soil vineyards - white and porous, they retain moisture, which is very valuable, as in Jerez rain comes less than 40 days a year. Since 1999, the winery Valdespino, located in Jerez, comes along with Bodegas Jose Estevez and Bodegas Marques del Real Tesoro, the Group Estevez. This association led to the introduction of new technology and control systems development while preserving the character of terroir and winemaking heritage. Valdespino hold on traditional methods of production. Fermentation is still carried out in oak barrels of 500 liters, although in modern plants today use for fermentation in stainless steel tanks to 50,000 liters. In warehouses wineries preserved very old rare sherry, started in the XIX century.