Soft, structured, broad. Pleasant on the palate with ripe fruit nuances. Final sweet.
Ideal as a dessert or accompanying cheeses, pastries, sweets and fresh fruit.
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Valdespino was funded in 1875. In 1883 the House of Valdespino became a supplier of Jerez de la Casa Real in Spain and in 1932 also became Jerez providers of the Royal House of Sweden. They had the idea to register the mark Sacristía in 1910. The sacristy is the area where the best casks from Jerez are ageing. Other wineries now use this term, but is only Valdespino having the right to use it. In 1999 it became part of the Estévez group.
Wines fortifieds designation of origin D.O. Jerez - Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda
The wine-growing region of Jerez is on the south of the country, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and framed by the Guadalquivir and Guadalete rivers. In climatic conditions, it is part of the named “Baja Andalucia”, 300 days of sun with high temperatures in summer and rainfalls of 600 liters per year. The regulatory council of the Denomination of Origin Jerez was created in 1933 and the Manzanilla from Sanlúcar de Barrameda was included in this cluster. From 1964 on, the Denominations of Origin Jerez – Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda were differenced but yet regulated by the same council.