£10.25/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Limpid / Bright|
|Sharp / Elegant / Saline notes / Ageing notes / Toasty notes / Hazelnuts / Toasted almonds|
|Dry / Toasty notes / Intense / Saline notes / Pleasant finish / Expressive / Long / Persistent / Slightly bitter|
Drinking and storing
Aperitifs / Tapas / To enjoy on its own / Seafood / Grilled fish / Iberian ham / Cheeses
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Jancis Robinson
The best medium priced dry sherry
For a long time I have considered La Ina to be a more pleasing dry sherry than the more widely available - in England at any rate - To Pepe. Served slightly chilled it is a very fine aperitif and has been a favourite in this house for many years.
A great wine at a good price. This is my "go to" wine. Great to drink in Jerez but equally enjoyable in the UK. Wonderful with fish, seafood and tapas in general. Drink very cold, close your eyes and dream of Andalusia.
Such a good fino for an amazingly cheap price. Quite hard to track this down in the UK, so great to be able to get it via vinissimus. One of my favourite everyday finos.
I am delighted to find a fantastic supplier of my favourite sherry. I will be introducing it to my friends in due course, ordering and delivery were super efficient.
Good quality affordable fino
A good quality affordable fino. Well worth considering next time your looking for a fino. Lovely hazelnut overtones with a not to dry finish.
The original company was founded in 1896 by Don José Ruiz-Berdejo, a wholesaler who grew vines on an estate that is still in the family, and sold his wines to the large exporting bodegas. Don Emilio Lustau Ortega, his son-in-law, established the bodega in 1940 in the old quarter of Jerez de la Frontera, from where the company has been exporting its wines since 1950. Over the next 40 years, there was considerable development, including new bodega facilities, until in 1990 the...