Sherry Lustau, Oloroso del Puerto, Almacenista Gonzalez Obregon, 0.5 L
The wine is a pale straw color.
Easy-drinking, with a pronounced dry wine with spicy and delicate flavor.
The aroma of wine reveals typical notes of sherry, "Flora" and the fresh smell of the sea - iodine, seaweed, wet shells, sea salt.
The wine is a perfect aperitif. Well with smoked Spanish Serrano ham, cheese, almonds and olives. A great companion for shellfish, fresh sea fish and oysters.
Emilio Lustau Company has agreements with several almasenista, which are small farms producing sherry and gave it to sell a large trading company. The number of such wines is very limited, but they differ unsurpassed quality for which the company vouches Lustau, releasing them under its own brand. Title wonderful sherry Lustau, Oloroso del Puerto, Almacenista Gonzalez Obregon says that he made the Bodega José Luis González Obregón from El Puerto de Santa María.
Jerez Oloroso del Puerto made from Palomino Fino grapes grown in the municipality of Spain - El Puerto de Santa María. In this city with a cool maritime climate, characterized by high humidity and coastal winds, the wine runs a four-year exposure in American oak barrels using the traditional system of vinification sherry wines - "Solera". The owners of the winery Lyustau recommend dispense with an open bottle of Fino del Puerto as would have done with being a superb white wine. Open the wine should be stored no longer than three days in the refrigerator, preferably in a special wine fridge, in which there are no odors.
Winery Emilio Lyustau was founded in 1896 by Don Jose Ruiz and Bordeho Veyanom. At first it was a modest enterprise producing sherry, located in the vicinity of the town of Jerez de la Frontera, to give their wines for the implementation of a trading company. Since 1950, under the control of Lyustau Emilio, son of Don Jose already proliferating and became strong economy starts to sell their own wines, not only in Spain but also abroad. By 1980, the enterprise carried on by Rafael Bala Lyustau, became one of the Spanish leaders in the production of Jerez. In 1990, the company was headed by Don Luis Caballero, and in 2001, Emilio Lustau changed location, moving from Santiago Arcos in Calais, where owns modernized 19th-century cellars. Currently, the company holds leading positions in the market of wine and offers consumers a wide range of products of high quality.