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Characteristics of Manzanilla La Guita
Manzanilla La Guita is a generous wine produced by Bodegas de Hijos de Rainera Pérez Marín in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, D.O.Jerez.
Bodegas de Hijos de Rainera Pérez Marín was founded in 1852 in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. From the beginning it has been known asLa Guita, giving this name to its most treasured wine, Manzanilla La Guita .
The philosophy of Bodegas de Hijos de Rainera Pérez Marínis based on producing high-quality products offering the best service. This way, the vast majority of its wines are made from grapes from one of the best farms in Sanlúcar, Pago Miraflores.
In 2007, the winery became part of Grupo Estévez, alongside Valdespino and Marqués del Real Tesoro.
Manzanilla La Guita is a wine made from Palomino Fino, from vineyards located in Pago de Miraflores, one of the most emblematic farms of Sanlúcar.
After the harvest and after a slight pressing, the must ferments in stainless steel deposits at a controlled temperature. Once the wine is selected (it must be clean on the nose, pale and light) it is fortified up to 15% vol. and it enters the "criaderas" and "soleras" system, going through a biological ageing with the cap of yeast (velo de flor) in these 516-litre American oak butts for more than 4 years.
Manzanilla La Guita is an elegant wine with structure and minerality. It is the Manzanilla par excellence.
Serve at 7ºC
Oysters, Boiled seafood, Aperitif
Tasting notes Manzanilla La Guita
SightLemon yellow, with golden notes and greenish reflections.NoseVery fresh on the nose, aromas from the ageing, candied fruit, floral notes and almond nuances.TasteLight, flavourful and very aromatic. Fresh and persistent.
Jerez is home to an exceptional culture in winemaking and viticulture, producing an incredible variety of wines. Sherry and the DO. Jerez region are unlike any other wine or region in Spain and symbolise a centuries-old culture and a true art form of ecological tradition. Even today it is fair to say that these wines have not found their equivalent in the world, and are therefore a real asset to the Spanish word of wine.