NV La Guita Manzanilla Sanlucar de Barrameda

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  • Palomino
  • 750ML
  • WS 92
  • JJB
  • WA 90

Reviews for La Guita Manzanilla Sanlucar de Barrameda

WS 92
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, November 2012
This round white has texture and grip with rich and focused flavors of apple almond green olive and brine. Offers plenty of fruit but remains grounded thanks to the briny character. Expressive and balanced. Drink now.
JJB
Chris Greene - JJ Buckley, August 2012
Pale straw hue. Intriguing delicate aromas of blanched Brazil nut and loquat rind balance the flor-driven fusel notes. Light to medium bodied the palate is slightly drying initially on entry just before the bouquet's... Pale straw hue. Intriguing delicate aromas of blanched Brazil nut and loquat rind balance the flor-driven fusel notes. Light to medium bodied the palate is slightly drying initially on entry just before the bouquet's fruity and nutty character washes over the midpalate. The flor gains ground towards the finish ending on the fresh tangy brine notes of a Mediterranean coastal breeze. Due to its delicacy enjoy this alone as an aperitif or with a light appetizer of Marcona almonds.
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, August 2013
The NV La Guita Manzanilla has always had a very strong and marked character of brine, green olives and mustard seeds, with an overall sweet sensation. The medium-bodied palate is precise, very dry and intense, with some... The NV La Guita Manzanilla has always had a very strong and marked character of brine, green olives and mustard seeds, with an overall sweet sensation. The medium-bodied palate is precise, very dry and intense, with some brine and rancio flavors and great length. The quality of this wine has increased notably in the last few years, and represents very good value and is a great introduction to Manzanilla, as availability should not be a problem with 2,000,000 bottles filled per year. As an advantage, the back label shows the month and date of the bottling, and should be drunk within a year or two. Drink 2013-2014. - Luis Gutierrez