Bodegas Barbadillo was founded in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz) in 1821, the year in which the first "Manzanilla" wine was bottled.
Winemaking and aging
Antonio Barbadillo Castillo de San Diego is made with Palomino grapes and is said to be the first White Wine produced in Andalusia. The grapes come from the vineyards of Gibalbín and Santa Lucía in upper Jerez, which are 20 years old and Albariza soil.
Fermentation at controlled temperature at 15ºC in stainless steel tanks of 400,000 liters for 12 days. Yeasts native and selected by the winery.
Barbadillo Tasting Notes
- View: Barbadillo has a yellow color with greenish reflections.
- Nose: Cheerful nose, tasty, ripe fruit with citrus notes.
- Palate: Tasteful, elegant and agile with very vivid memories of palomino grapes.
Antonio Barbadillo Castillo de San Diego is ideal to accompany fish, seafood and Japanese food and Tapas.
Consumption Temperature: Between 6º and 8º.
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Producido y embotellado por Bodegas Barbadillo, S.L. R.E.32/CA
- 12 %
- Bottle Shape
- Country of Origin
- Wine Type
- White Wine
- Palomino Fino
- Bodegas Barbadillo
- Tierra de Cadiz