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Sanchez Romate Fino ‘Marismeño’

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Sanchez Romate Fino ‘Marismeño’

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Oz Clarke's 250 Best Wines for 2012 (Jan 2012) - An excellent example of sherry – and simply outstanding value for money. Fino sherry is bone dry, but a little fuller than manzanilla, a little fatter, even, but it still has that marvellous tangy dryness which makes it such a good appetizer, that almost slightly sour green apple peel acidity and the strange soft-sourness of yeasty bread dough – rather like a malty mixed grain bread in the making. There's also a taste of roasted almonds – and roasted almonds would be the perfect accompaniment.

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Fine, with great mouthfeel and a clean snap to finish. Very dry and delicious, with almond, briny green olive, chalk.


Delicious, fresh, taste of the sea, light, delicate yet full of srtyle anf inesse. In a half bottle, a 'stubby' if you like, to be enjoyed with oysters, anything which also has that 'taste of the seas'. Forget those long lost Aussie ideas of Sherry, this is just light, delicious ans superb! Buy a 6 pack, sit outside, or anywhere, get some seafood in, and slam down some of this! Superb!


Perfect for anytime, from a civilised sip when the sun's just over the yardarm to some serious food matching… the freshness of green olives and sliced apple with a salty almond savouriness. Great with Iberian ham, manchego and olives as well as sushi, asparagus and smoked fish.


Oz Clarke's 250 Best Wines for 2012 (Jan 2012) - An excellent example of sherry – and simply outstanding value for money. Fino sherry is bone dry, but a little fuller than manzanilla, a little fatter, even, but it still has that marvellous tangy dryness which makes it such a good appetizer, that almost slightly sour green apple peel acidity and the strange soft-sourness of yeasty bread dough – rather like a malty mixed grain bread in the making. There's also a taste of roasted almonds – and roasted almonds would be the perfect accompaniment.


Slightly deeper than some Finos, strawy gold, not 100% bright so not over filtered by the look of it, legs. Full, quite penetrating and complex, traces autolysis, saline Flor, almond, slight hints of oxidation, yellow fruit - mainly Palomino, bread dough, even Marmite, lovely. Broadly similar, lots of flavour starting with fruit then evolving through saline Flor, then bread and then bitter almond and yeast, all the time with some weight. Not particularly acidic yet very tangy, and very long. lovely.

A delicious wine. Such depth and flavour along with the autolytic flavours - not to mention the price - would lead one to think of a wine older than its supposed 4-5 years. This wine comes from quite a small solera of only 227 butts. Superb. Worth every penny. "Marismeno" presumably refers to the marshes at the mouth of the river Guadalquivir near Sanlucar which are a protected wildlife zone.

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