|Type||Vino Naranja del Condado de Huelva|
£15.85/ 0.5 L btl
A liqueur wine, aged for over 10 years in American oak casks, to which orange peel is added that has been dried out in the sun. It can be drunk on its own or with ice and slices of orange.
An intense amber colour, the wine is clean and bright, with aromas of bitter oranges on the nose. Offering a smooth palate and a most pleasant drink, it displays an arresting flavour of bitter oranges which counters its sweetness.
Drinking and storing
This is a repeat order, I have had at least 12 bottles previously, If you like a sweet desert wine and love the taste of Oranges this is the one to buy, I would say this is an in-between a sherry and a port, full of flavour but light on the pallete and waiting for you to ask for more, I bought this 17 years ago the first time in a small restaraunt in Fuengirola and until I found Vinissmus could not buy it in any shops anywhere in Spain and believe me I tried, So happy we can order on line, We will be buying more lots more Also worth trying is the Naranja Par
A taste of Seville sunshine in a glass
We tried Vino de Naranja on a recent short break to Seville and struggled to buy it here in the UK. Delighted to find it on Vinissimus.co.uk. A delicious aperitif, with some ice to chill it.
Delicious, a perfect drink whatever the season.
I first tried this as a summer drink and have now purchased more to share at Christmas. My only issue is that it is so delicious there may not be any left by the time the holidays get here.
Definitely something to brandish at a dinner party to those who think they have encountered everything - even in Sevilla you need to patronise the old men’s bars to find this
Pedro ximenez infused with Sevilla oranges what’s not to like, the oranges cut through the richness of the sherry making it lighter but still incredible
This is one of the oldest family-owned wineries in the Condado de Huelva, and looks back on some French ancestry in winemaking, before Fernando Sauci started up the business in 1925. His son, Manuel, was a keen oenologist and a pioneer in the bottling of wine in Huelva. He saw the need to move to bigger premises and due to a particular interest in the ageing process he became involved in making fortified wines. Manuel Sauci now has an advisory role in the business, which is...