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  • Wine
    Ripe red cherries, raspberries, crushed boysenberries, red plums and a touch of vanilla spice on the nose. Medium-bodied and deep in colour with well-integrated fine juicy tannins.
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    The Casanova family have a 60ha estate planted with classic Parallada Macabeo and Xarello. A wonderful green apple nose with an opulent, almost tropical fruit palate.
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    Intense tropical fruit aromas with hints of pineapple, white flower and citrus. The palate has texture, minerality and balance with ripe stone fruit characters, a hint of orange blossom, crisp acidity and a lengthy finish.
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    This is a really lovely wine from the Binissalem DO. A cracking blend of local Manto Negro with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. A fragrant red fruit nose with a fruit cake palate.
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    This wine is youthful and vibrantly aromatic, combining tangerine, jasmine and grassy aromas on the nose. The palate displays zesty acidity with juicy grapefruit and white peach notes, leading to a refreshing finish. ‘Sentidiño’ is a Galician word meaning common sense. It is used by local fisherman who have the common sense not to take the wild Atlantic waters for granted.
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    This is a really wonderful Fino Sherry from a single Solera of 4-5 years of age. Fresh, fruity and alive with yeasty, nutty, savoury character. A perfect aperitif.
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    Oloroso solera of extreme age, bottled in its natural state. Intense and silky on the palate yet completely dry. As all Hidalgo sherries, displays elegance and balance, and inimitable savor, from the low-pH fruit obtained in Hidalgo's seaside vineyard estates.
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    Aged 6 months in American oak barrels. Aromas of cherries, ripe blackberry and blueberry with hints of brioche, mocha, toasted almonds and hazelnuts. These rich red fruit and chocolate notes transfer to a smooth, juicy rounded palate with soft tannins.
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    The Hildago Bodegas was founded in 1792 and continues to produce first class sherry. This traditional Amontillado, once a Manzanilla with long aging in cask, is bone dry, yet rich and nutty.
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    Jan Petteerson continues to produce world class Sherry from his Bodega in Sanlucar. His Manzanilla is light, fresh and delicious with a citrus and salt tang.