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Lustau Fino Jarana

Lustau Fino Jarana

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Aged using the traditional solera system, whereby tiers of casks (criaderas) are arranged so that th...

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£ 8.82

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Lustau Fino Jarana

Producer

Alcohol content

15.0%

Bottle size

0.75 L

Review

Aged using the traditional solera system, whereby tiers of casks (criaderas) are arranged so that the upper rows feed their younger wines to the older wines below. American oak sherry 'butts', stored in the main Emilio Lustau bodegas located in the city of Jerez de la Frontera, are used to create one of the best Fino sherries that Spain produces.

A straw-gold colour, the nose imparts the pungent, delicate aromas of almonds. It is light and dry on the palate, with a touch of acidity.

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 7ºC and 10ºC

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by: Finofanatic (30/08/2017)

Lustwow!

Lustau never disappoint, a wine that stands out above the rest in all its forms, and SHOULD be used to judge other Fino by. Love it.

by: KF (17/04/2018)

Ein richtig trockener Fino der Spitzenklasse

Über Lustau muss man sicher keine Worte verlieren, da dieses Haus ohnehin Weltruf genießt. Seit dem Zukauf von La Ina hat Lustau zwei Spitzen-Finos, die auch durchaus finanztechnisch alltagstauglich sind. Der eine (La Ina) ist etwas fruchtiger, der andere (Jarana, dieser) ist knochentrocken und eben sehr fein.

by: llorens (19/10/2017)

Jerez de grande classe

Jerez de grande classe, un vin sec gras et long en bouche. Il offre le nez et les arômes classiques des vins oxydés, beau rancio et noix.

Emilio Lustau

Emilio Lustau

The original company was founded in 1896 by Don José Ruiz-Berdejo, a wholesaler who grew vines on an estate that is still in the family, and sold his wines to the large exporting bodegas. Don Emilio Lustau Ortega, his son-in-law, established the bodega in 1940 in the old quarter of Jerez de la Frontera, from where the company has been exporting its wines since 1950. Over the next 40 years, there was considerable development, including new bodega facilities, until in 1990 the ...