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Probably the most famous Manzanilla in the world: La Guita.
90 Parker Points.
93 Peñin Points.

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11,40 €

15,20 €/l

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Manzanilla La Guita: the name comes from the old Andalucian slang guita meaning cash (its founder was renowned for wanting to be paid in cash). The more common meaning though is string (hence guitar), highlighted by the fact that every bottle has a string around its neck.

This is one of the most popular Manzanila in Spain, and more or less the official drink at the Feria de Sevilla.

La Guita used to be released as an older manzanilla pasada (around 12 years) produced by a single vinyard (until 1972), but due to this popularity it needed to be a little more flexible and younger (believed to be around 4,5 years).

Nose: fresh, with typical Manzanilla aromas. Green olives, chamomile and a yeastiness of flor. Gently briney. Some flowers and fruits (melon?) in the background, bringing some feminine touches to this wine.

Mouth: medium body, very dry and slightly tangy with hints of chalk and salt. Lime. Light breadcrust and minerals, as well as subtle nutty flavours. Medium long finish, still full and nicely balanced.

Bottle: 0,75 lt.

Vol. 15%

  • Type Sherry Dry

V 3150

1,250 gr.

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