Manzanilla La Gitana
£12.35/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Pale / Greenish glints|
|Complex / Sharp / Delicate / Ageing notes / Saline notes|
|Fresh / Dry / Light / Slightly bitter|
Drinking and storing
To enjoy it cold / Tapas / Fish / Seafood / Smoked / White meats / Salads / Vegetarian cuisine / Aperitifs
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Jancis Robinson
an excellent sherry that tskes me back to my days in spain
Solid and dependable
What can you say about this particular manzanilla? It's pretty much an institution and to me represents a baseline in quality of this particular type of wine. Perfect served chilled with food, particularly anything salty; olives, cheese, cured meats, salted almonds.
An excellent Manzanilla
This is an excellent Manzanilla which we enjoy as an aperitif. Sharpens the taste buds and prepares one for fine dining. A simple aperitif but far more enjoyable than the gruesome cocktails which are so popular.
Perfect go-to manzanilla
Ideal balance of classic manzanilla style and price - it is easily better than many that are more expensive. Purchase experience from Vinissimus very positive.
Great fino at a very reasonable price. A good place to start if you haven't tried fino before, the colder the better. Fantastic with or without food.
|Ageing period||Between 60 and 72 months|
|Type of wood||Criaderas y soleras|
Finca El Cuadarado
Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana
Founded in 1792 by Don José Pantaleón Hidalgo, Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana is one of the oldest wineries in the Marco de Jerez region and among the few that have maintained their independent, family-run structure. Located in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, where it is considered quite an institution, the company is run nowadays by the family's fifth generation and is the main producer of Manzanilla, the winery's star product which has won awards in numerous national and international...