An exploration and appreciation of a fine Spanish sherry too often overlooked in the world of wines and aperitifs-but is about to make its mark. Little-known and underappreciated, Manzanilla is a variety of fino sherry made around the port of SanlUcar de Barrameda, Andalusia, Spain. Here, the author of Is This the Wine You Ordered, Sir? and A Traveller's Wine Guide to France, casts an admiring light on a delightful sherry that is only now gaining the reputation it deserves and finding admirers all around the world. Basing his findings on research in the archives of the Duchess of Medina Sidonia and visits to the bodegas of all the leading producers, Christopher Fielden guides the reader towards a new view of this dry white wine. Tasting notes are also provided.
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