Nose: Subtle, with aromas of apples (both juicy & oxidative) with salty sea air and some white flowers.
Palate: Full bodied, saline, sapid and dry but with suggestions of those apples again – very nicely integrated – just turns bitter on the quite long, clingy finish. Mineral with a hint of fruit rather than the reverse.
Vinification: One of the few “grower sherry” producers in Jerez. As a Manzanilla Pasada, it is between 10-12 years of age and bottled En Rama, unfiltered.
Recommended Food Pairing: As an aperitif or with slices of bellota and a smile.