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Valdespino Manzanilla Deliciosa en Rama (0.37 L)

Valdespino Manzanilla Deliciosa en Rama

(0.37 L)
0.37 L



/ 0.37 L btl
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Spec sheet

AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti15.0%

What does this wine taste like?

Deep yellow
Saline / Camomile tea / Toasted almonds / White flowers / Apple
Sharp / Dry / Mineral / Characterful

Drinking and storing

Serve between 7ºC and 9ºC

Food pairing

Aperitifs, Seafood, Iberian ham

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Jancis Robinson

It's very interesting to taste a soon-to-be-bottled Manzanilla alongside the same wine that's been in bottle for one year, as I sampled the NV Manzanilla Deliciosa en Rama that was going to be bottled in the spring of 2019 next to the wine that had been bottled the year before. This felt tremendously young, with even a touch of lemon skin, which I sometimes find in very young biological wines. I tasted this just before bottling, and it was just like drinking wine from the bota. The wine will settle in bottle, and the explosive character I saw will not make it to the shelves. This wine is always from the same botas, so the differences are more a matter of how long the wine has been in bottle. In any case, I loved what I tasted. 8,600 bottles.

— Luis Gutiérrez (28/06/2019)Robert Parker Wine Advocate92-93 PARKER

Slightly darker than some. Really nutty aroma, chewy, great freshness and a yeasty richness. Super-fresh and full of yeasty umami character as well as dried grasses. Long and intensely mouth-watering.

— Julia Harding (29/03/2017)JancisRobinson.com17 JANCIS ROBINSON

Customer reviews

5 reviews

Wine making

Ageing period60 months
Type of woodOak
Clarification and filtrationUnfiltered


Pago Miraflores

ClimateMediterranean with atlantic influence

The winery

Valdespino (Grupo Estévez)

Valdespino (Grupo Estévez)

Valdespino is one of the oldest Sherry firms and owns one of Jerez's most select plots, Macharnudo Alto - emblematic vineyards that this winery has been cultivating for centuries. Known for its traditional style, it is one of the few that carries out production following the classic system of fermentation in butt, with biological ageing taking place under a film of yeast. In 1999, Valdespino was incorporated into the Estevez Group along with Bodegas José Estévez...