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Lustau Almacenista Manzanilla Pasada Cuevas Jurado 1/80 NV 500ml

size
500ml
country
Spain
region
Andalucia
appellation
Jerez - Sherry
WE
92
WS
92
W&S
92
WA
90
WE
92
Rated 92 by Wine Enthusiast
Dusty toffee and dried stone-fruit aromas are pure and inviting. This is ultra crisp and fresh, with ripping acidity. Flavors of toffee, salted peanuts and sharp-leaning dry white fruits finish racy and with precision. This is a classic complex amontillado purchased from the cellar of Manuel Cuevas Jurado. ... More details
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Lustau Almacenista Manzanilla Pasada Cuevas Jurado 1/80 NV 500ml

SKU 711659
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