|Article:||Emilio Lustau Almacenista Manzanilla Pasada de Sanlúcar|
|Region:||Pasada de Sanlucar|
|Classification:||Denominacion de Origen|
|Grape variety:||Palomino fino|
|Colour:||Shining canary yellow|
|Flavour:||Mineral smell of walnuts and truffles.|
|Taste:||Deliciously aromatic, reminiscent of green apples, with the characteristic hint of a sea breeze. Dry and fresh, full bodied and with good structure.|
|Drinking temperature:||7 - 9 ºC|
|Drink recommendation:||Smoked fish and piquant starters as aperitif to savory biscuits, nuts and Japanese food.|
"Almacenista": in literal translation means "storekeeper". The tiny cellars of the Almacenistas are famous for their treasures: worthy Sherries of the classic vineyard situations. The sherries ripen untouchedly and slowly and they are not blended.
By most laborious enquiries of the house Lustau small sets of the finest of these wines could tracked down and being filled without every cellar technical treatment. On the etiquettes of each of these rare bottles are both, the name of the Almacenista and the number of barrels, which could be filled from the complete stock, indicated, a true relic from the early days of the sherry trade.
Solera Matured by Manuel Cuevas Jurado Sanlucar de Barrameda Espana. 1/80
|Country of origin:||Spain|
|Company:||Emilio Lustau S.A.|
|Address:||C/Arcos nº 53, 11402 Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)|