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Diatomists Manzanilla Sherry 37.5cl

Original price £13.95 - Original price £13.95
Original price
£13.95 - £13.95
Current price £13.95
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Key Facts

Brand: Diatomists

Bottle Size: 37.5cl

ABV: 18.5%

Closure: Cork

Delivery Details

3-5 Working Day Service - £5.95

1-2 Working Day Service - £7.95

Next Working Day Service (Order by 2pm) - £10.95

Saturday Delivery (Order by 2pm Friday) - £14.95

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Diatomists Manzanilla Sherry

Diatomists Manzanilla sherry represents a pinnacle of craftsmanship within the world of wines. Crafted exclusively from 100% Palomino grapes and meticulously aged for five years in oak barrels known as botas, this exquisite sherry offers a sensory experience like no other.

  • Pouring a pale, almost translucent hue into the glass, this sherry immediately captivates with its subtle, floral aroma interwoven with delicate mineral notes
  • It's an invigorating white wine that promises a journey of flavours and aromas that dance on the palate
  • Upon the first sip, one is greeted with an intense burst of flavours, underscored by the characteristic salinity reminiscent of sea breeze
  • The wine boasts an impressive structure, creating a delightful tension on the palate
  • What sets Diatomists Manzanilla sherry apart is its perfect balance – the yeasty, baked bread flavours harmoniously intertwine with hints of ripe apricots and golden apples
  • This delightful interplay of tastes creates a symphony of sensations that is truly unparalleled. The texture of this sherry is nothing short of luxurious – silky and round, it caresses the palate, leaving a lasting impression
  • As the wine glides over your taste buds, it culminates in an exceptionally long and clean finish, ensuring that every nuance of flavour is savoured and remembered

Diatomist is the name of the people who master the art of diatom arrangement. Diatoms are single cell algae that create complex glass shells around themselves. 5 million years ago Jerez was under water which explains the unique and exceptional soil rich in diatom fossils.

These hidden microscopic marvels are essential for the vines to thrive in a hot climate with dry summers and sporadic heavy rainfall. The soils’ porosity locks in the moisture providing essential water reserves for the vines to thrive during the long and sunny growing-season. In fact, the quality of the soil can be quantified by its diatoms.

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