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Callejuela Manzanilla Fina

Callejuela Manzanilla Fina


The Manzanilla Fina from Callejuela is fresh, fine and mineral, with 3 years' of ageing. It's the yo...


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Alcohol content


Bottle size

0.75 L


The Manzanilla Fina from Callejuela is fresh, fine and mineral, with 3 years' of ageing. It's the youngest of the winery's Manzanillas, yet nevertheless without renouncing any complexity.

A pale straw colour and having pungent aromas of almonds, lemon peel, flowers and yeasts. Delicate saline aromas and more of a fruity character and corpulence than many others. A light, very dry entry, sweet spices, aromatic herbs and hints of chalk. It develops as it moves through the mouth until it reaches an elegant and bitter finish. An aftertaste of dried fruits and nuts and citrus fruits.

Olives / Anchovies in vinegar / Spanish garlic shrimp

  • ViewStraw yellow / Pale
  • Bouquet:Lavender / Sharp / Almond / Pastries
  • Mouth:Dry / Long finish / Full / Croccante
  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

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by: FERNANDO (16/08/2019)

Fresca pero llena de matices

Esta manzanilla es fresca pero no le faltan matices y complejidad, estando bien estructurada, con una buena relación calidad precio. Una bebida para disfrutar con tranquilidad y tiempo.

by: Pascal (13/03/2017)

Très bon rapport qualité/prix.

Une manzanilla assez jeune et bien typée. Une légère amertume en finale à l'ouverture de la bouteille, qui disparait le lendemain. Mon conseil, ouvrir un peu à l'avance.



The history of Bodega Callejuela dates back to around 1980, when Francisco Blanco Martínez, descended from vine growers and having 20 years of experience in the wine world, began producing artisan grape juice to sell to other wineries and small quantities of wine for personal consumption. Francisco, father of the current managers, started at that time to buy vineyards in the Marco de Jerez region. In 1997, they moved to Pago del Hornillo, one of Sanlúcar's highest areas, a...