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Manzanilla La Goya Delgado Zuleta Halves

Manzanilla La Goya Delgado Zuleta Halves

The Delgado Zuleta family named their flagship sherry after the famous Flamenco dancer Aurora Jauffre, dubbed 'La Goya', as it shared her intense, elegant, yet powerful qualities. This Bodega has been making their definitive style of Manzanilla since 1744, with its camomile and almond nose and complex, salty tang.

"With its distinctive tang of salted almonds, Delgado Zuleta's La Goya Manzanilla is a moreish accompaniment to most tapas style dishes"

  • Palomino Fino
  • ABV 15.0%
  • Dry
  • VEG

“From the oldest family-owned winery in the Jerez and Manzanilla districts comes a sherry named after a famous flamenco dancer, Aurora Jauffre, popularly known as “La Goya”. Like her, it claims to be intense, powerful yet elegant, which would seem to be a pretty accurate description of this manzanilla with its citrus notes and hints of almonds and olives. Manzanilla is Spanish for chamomile and there’s evidence of that too in this dry and quaffable sherry.”

John Clarke, Independent


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