Dry and refreshing, with apple, straw and nutty flavours all underscored by a salty tanginess. Lightweight, subtle and balanced. A perfect introduction to sherry. Best served chilled with some olives and tapas. This is nothing like to sickly sweet sherries served in the 1970s.
Wine Spectator awarded this sherry 91/100 in 2013, declaring "Bright, with saline, with blanched almond notes backed by a piercing, chalk framed finish. This is all precision and cut."
International Wine Challenge Gold Medal Winner in 2014 - beautifully delicate and a nutty, saline nose. The palate shows almonds, olives, lemon and apples. Complex and a long, salty classy finish.