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Valdespino Fino Ynocente

Valdespino Fino Ynocente



/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti15.0%

What does this wine taste like?

Straw yellow / Pale
Delicate / Sharp / Ageing notes
Light / Good entry / Full / Fresh / Pleasant finish / Persistent

Drinking and storing

Serve between 8ºC and 10ºC

Food pairing

As an aperitif , Tapas, Soups, Seafood, Fish, Smoked, Iberian ham

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Jancis Robinson

As with many other wines from the José Estévez group, there is a special bottling of Valdespino's flagship NV Fino Inocente in magnum, but in this case they have kept the bottles for six months as the wine is from the saca otoño 2016, the autumn bottling from 2016. So the wine is offered with some extra bottle age. It has all that you expect from Inocente, a long aging wine fermented in bota from grapes grown exclusively in the Macharnudo Alto vineyard and bottled with an average age of ten years. All the textbook aromas and flavors are there, coupled with the elegance and mineral intensity the Macharnudo white chalky soils provide. Customers who purchase one of this scarce magnums probably know Inocente already. This will have a longer development in bottle. Only 600 magnums were filled in the autumn of 2016.

— Luis Gutiérrez (29/12/2017)Robert Parker Wine Advocate94+ PARKER

Pale straw. Strongly smoky and briney on the nose. Dusty and fresh almonds on the nose, too, with some hay. Tangy but softly textured, definitely an easy-going fino but there’s much pleasure in its gentleness. Lapsang smokiness on the finish.

— Julia Harding (22/04/2016)JancisRobinson.com16.5 JANCIS ROBINSON

Customer reviews

13 reviews

Wine making

Vinification materialWood
Ageing period96 months
Type of woodAmerican oak


Vine age25 years
SoilAlbariza / Limestone

The winery

Valdespino (Grupo Estévez)

Valdespino (Grupo Estévez)

Valdespino is one of the oldest Sherry firms and owns one of Jerez's most select plots, Macharnudo Alto - emblematic vineyards that this winery has been cultivating for centuries. Known for its traditional style, it is one of the few that carries out production following the classic system of fermentation in butt, with biological ageing taking place under a film of yeast. In 1999, Valdespino was incorporated into the Estevez Group along with Bodegas José Estévez and Bodegas...