Bodegas Williams & Humbert, Manzanilla Alegría

£8.95
  • Bodegas Williams & Humbert, Manzanilla Alegría
  • Bodegas Williams & Humbert, Manzanilla Alegría
  • Bodegas Williams & Humbert, Manzanilla Alegría

Bodegas Williams & Humbert, Manzanilla Alegría

£8.95

AVAILABILITY: 17 in stock

Grape Palomino, Spanish Other
Style Fortified, Sherry, Dry, Medium Bodied, Salinty, Almonds
Country Spain
Region Jerez
Volume 37.5cl
ABV 15%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan

 

Experience the smooth, classic flavours of Bodegas Williams & Humbert Manzanilla Alegría. With notes of olive brine, toasted almonds, and subtle sweetness, this sherry has a mouth-filling taste and a sea-breeze aroma. Perfect for any occasion, it pairs well with shellfish, fish, and light dishes. Enjoy the long, elegant finish that this above-average structure sherry offers.

Manzanilla Alegría is also currently available by the glass in The Wine Press, Dundee's finest Wine Bar.

About the Producer

The history of Bodegas Williams & Humbert goes back nearly 140 years. They participated in the creation of the Jerez-Xérès-Brandy Quality Demarcation and are now considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious wine producers.

The winery was founded in 1877 by Sir Alexander Williams, a great admirer and connoisseur of sherry products, and Arthur Humbert, a specialist in international relations.

Since then they have preserved part of the original wines and brandies (soleras) in high quality oak casks. These soleras are the base of the development and ageing of every sherry and brandy produced at Bodegas Williams & Humbert.

In the 1960s José, Nicolás, Jesús and Ángel, members of the Medina family who were working at different Jerez wineries, decided to steer their careers towards creating their own winery: José Medina y Compañía. Founded by José Medina, at first the firm enjoyed the external support of his brothers, who became full-time partners two years later.

Vineyard and Winery

Made from Palomino grapes grown in the two areas of Jerez Superior and Pago Balbaína. Biological ageing under a layer of yeast. This is very dry, with less than 1 gr/l of residual sugar.

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