A great buy! Deep amber in colour with a nutty, chamomile nose. Rich and full on the palate, dry and elegant. The perfect aperitif before a gourmet dinner.
Manzanilla is the driest style of Sherry and — to my palate — the best appetite stimulant. Old gold in colour, it has a fragrant nose of chamomile and green nuts. Light-bodied and crisply dry, it has a salty, nutty flavour and firm structure. Chill and serve as an aperitif, or try with tapas (especially shrimp).
Very complex bouquet unfolds developed fruit, subtle vanilla, spice and a discreet whiff of oak. Shows finely evolved fruit and spice on the palate enveloped in smooth, velvety tannins. Harmoniously finished with seamlessly integrated fruit, spice and a deft touch of oak
Opens with developed spicy fruit and agreeable, earthy barnyard aromas. Cherry and redcurrant fruit kick in on the palate, with smooth velvety tannins leading into a long, well-integrated finish. A little hollow on the mid-palate but otherwise very fine.
A bold, full-flavoured Tempranillo showing complex dark fruit, allspice and dried lavender on the nose, with concentrated black cherry, a dollop of milk chocolate and solid tannic grip in the mouth. Best with another 3 to 5 years in the cellar.
Delivers refined Tempranillo expression with subtle spice and supporting oak. 5% Graciano in the blend adds complexity. Velvety smooth on the palate with dark berry fruit and a light splash of chocolate.