Lustau Fino El Puerto En Rama Sherry Spring 2021 Release

Regular price £18.99 Save £-18.99
3 in stock
Lustau Fino El Puerto En Rama Sherry Spring 2021 Release

Intensely yellow with flecks of gold, it’s almost as if it has captured the sunshine.

Tasting Notes 

Nose

On the nose, Fino El Puerto En Rama is like a breeze off the Atlantic, bringing with it notes of roasted almonds, hay and citrus. 

Palate

Bone dry on the palate, with more briny character and a nutty bitterness in the tail. 

Production

Lustau’s Fino El Puerto En Rama Sherry Spring 2021 Release was matured in the coastal town of El Puerto de Santa María. The consistently mild weather here is perfect for maintaining the yeast growth (known as ‘flor’) that gives Fino its distinctive flavour. Having spent five years ageing beneath the flor in American oak casks, it is bottled without filtering, fining or treatment of any kind.

Producers

Founded in 1896, Lustau has been a standard bearer for Sherry for more than a century. For more than the last few decades, it has been applying a boutique concept to its winemaking, building up a selection of some thirty wines from its own Soleras and others chosen from the stocks of the small Almacenista producers, independent Sherry artisans. These are aged in all three of the cities of the Sherry area: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Now Lustau has taken this quality approach a step further, releasing two Finos and a Manzanilla all En Rama. “En Rama” means “from the branch”, the idea being that this is Sherry in its rawest and most natural form, straight from the barrel with no filtering or fining. For us, this is the finest way to drink Sherry.

Specifications

Year Non Vintage
Bottle Size 500ml
Cultivar Palomino
Country Spain
Alcohol content
15.5% alc vol 
Units of Alcohol per Bottle 7.75 units
Type Fortified Wine - Dry Sherry
Dietary Information Vegan & Vegetarian
Allergen Information Contains sulphites
Food Matches

It makes a stunning accompaniment to sashimi, tuna tartar, Marcona almonds, preserved lemon and quinoa salads, green olives and anything with capers in it. But we also recommend tasting it side by side with the other two wines in the range, just to experience the Sherry terroir or this collection.

Origin Cadiz, Andalucia
Appellation Jerez