Barbadillo Amontilldao,Jerez

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£14.00

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Description

The Barbadillo Amontillado has a deep topaz colour with roasted almond character yet retains the characteristic tangy flavour of Manzanilla. This wine has been slightly sweetened with Pedro Ximenez to give it a raisined edge.


The Barbadillo family are one of the key players in the Sherry trade. From their base in the coastal city of Sanlucar de Barrameda, at the very southwest tip of Spain, the family have forged a reputation as one of the biggest and best Sherry producers.


Amontillados begin their life as Manzanillas and then the flor was allowed to die away so they continued their maturation with exposure to the air in the barrel.


 

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