Herederos De Argueso "San Leon" Manzanilla Sanlucar de Barrameda (500ml)

SKU #1060621

Here is a delicious manzanilla from this smaller independent sherry bodega located in Sanlucar de Barrameda. Their palomino grapes are grown in a few of the best pagos in the area: Tizon and Añina, in the white, chalky "albariza" soils for which the region is famous. After a hand harvesting, a combination of free run juice and pressed juice are fermented in stainless steel vats, prior to a traditional solera aging program. This delicious, complete manzanilla shows both the characteristic bright and briny quality, along with some real richness and length.

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By: Mahon McGrath | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/19/2011 | Send Email
If you like rancio, this’d be your manzanilla! A robust nose of nuts, salt, rubber, yeast and bruised apple leads to a similarly bold palate of salty, rocky, yeasty, oily, rubbery flavors. This is dry, dry, dry and reminds me of the smell of very old wood; a taste of the great indoors? Absolutely lovely pairing with an aged manchego, I reckon this would call out the best from parmesan and other dry, aged cheeses, too.

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