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Barbadillo Manzanilla "Solear" NV

Barbadillo Manzanilla "Solear" NV 750ml
90Wine Spectator
89Wine Enthusiast
88Wine Advocate
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AppellationJerez - Sherry
Rated 90 by Wine Spectator
Fresh, dry and bracing, with fleur de sel, dried chamomile, blanched almond and jicama notes racing along. Shows lovely cut and good length. Very pure. Drink now. 500 cases imported.
Rated 89 by Wine Enthusiast
A classic manzanilla with aromas of honey, apple, blanched almonds and salt air. Fresh and exuding clarity not found in every fino or manzanilla. Quite apple-driven on the palate, with hints of mushroom and buttered toast. Flavorful, lithe and on the money.
Rated 89 by Decanter
Built upon the solera rather than the grapes’ origin. Sea-salt palate with an expressive lift of liquorice. Very lively. Bright and incisively fruity with a good finish.
Rated 88 by Wine Advocate
The NV Solear Manzanilla is 100% Palomino from the Gibalbin and Santa Lucia vineyards grown on albariza soils, and averaging seven years aging under a veil of flor. The perfumed nose is dominated by roasted almonds, dry flowers (chamomile), bread dough and a whiff of sea breeze. The medium-bodied palate is crisp and penetrating, with a long finish. A subtle Manzanilla, ideal for tapas and sushi. Drink 2013-2014.

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Winery Barbadillo

Country: Spain

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