Bodega Delgado Zuleta, La Goya, Manzanilla

10.95

It takes the nickname of a flamenco singer and dancer, Aurora Jauffre, who apparently loved this wine. La Goya is made in a solera of ten criaderas – it is said to be around 6 to 7 years old.  Nose: aromatic, with an above average salinity and hints of oyster shells. Lots of flor notes. Walnuts and white bread. Mediterranean herbs, even a nice minty edge. Some quinces and chamomile. Lemon peel. Finally a bit of polished oak. Mouth: dry but fairly round and creamy, with a good dose of lime and yellow raisin. Sweet almonds. Then the maritime character returns, alongside (soft) green olives, with only a hint of bitterness in the finish.

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Palomino

Manzanilla, Andalucia, Spain

7-10°C

15

Oaked

Body of wine:

Full

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