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Barbazul Blanco 2019

Barbazul Blanco

2019

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

13.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

£8.08

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Barbazul Blanco 2019

Producer

Alcohol content

13.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Food pairing

Seafood / Crustaceans / White fish / Braised vegetables / White meats / Grilled fish / Poultry / Aperitifs / Rice with fish / Creams / cream soups / Molluscs

Tasting notes

  • ViewBright / Straw yellow / Clean / Greenish glints
  • Bouquet:Stone fruit / Balsamic notes / Peach / Fruit aromas / Floral scents / Apricot
  • Mouth:Fresh / Flavoursome / Fruit-forward / Intense / Vivacious / Croccante

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 7ºC and 9ºC

Customer reviews

4.1/5
7 reviews
5 stars
1
4 stars
6
3 stars
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1 star
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by: Luís (14 Oct) - Vintage 2019

Un fresco sin complejos

Es uno de los vinos que más me gusta dentro de los vinos de Cadiz. Fresco y agradable

by: Luis (30/08/2019) - Vintage 2018

Vivo, fresco y muy largo

Nariz a manzanas y heno. Vivo, sabroso, un punto cremoso en boca y con un final intenso y muy largo.

by: Chris Y (24/04/2019) - Vintage 2017

Excellent value chardonnay

A clean, fresh, unoaked chardonnay with a mouth watering lemony flavour which evolves as the wine opens up to become fairly intense and quite elegant. Surprisingly good for the price.

by: Tierri (03/10/2018) - Vintage 2017

à partager avec des amis

frais, jeune, idéal pour fruits de mer ou certains fromages. Un chardonnay agréable à partager avec ses amis pour toute occasion

by: Vinissimus Customer (18/04/2018) - Vintage 2016

Not bad

This is a great taste for drinking any time. A taste of wine which I would recommend for any occasion.

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