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QUALITY AND TRADITION
SINCE
1781
LA BODEGA

Know-how

For over 240 years, the firm’s wines and brandies have maintained an open and proudly cosmopolitan spirit without losing sight of the traditional roots of their origins. Sanchez Romate employ painstakingly efficient wine-making techniques, which start with the white albariza soil, western’s sunshine and air, the Palomino, Airen and Pedro Ximenez grape varieties and a unique microclimate.

location

Located in the northwest of the province of Cádiz, the southernmost of the Iberian Peninsula.

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Climate

The climate is Mediterranean with the influence of the Atlantic Ocean. It has an average temperature of 17.5°C.

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Soil

The albariza soil is the ideal soil for the production of grapes suitable for the production of Jerez.

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The Grape

The three grape varieties of Marco de Jerez are Palomino, Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel.

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Taste

They inspire sensory characteristics whose variations and nuances rarely coincide in other parts of the wine world.

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Elaboration

They generally age by means of a very special method: Criaderas and solera.

MARISMEÑO AMONTILLADO, SPECIAL RESERVES Amontillado NPU A bright amber coloured wine. A sharp nutty aroma with hints of herbs, tobacco and lightly toasted oak. A very dry and smooth taste with a balanced acidity and a long hazelnut aftertaste. A very special wine produced from a biological aging process under the yeast membrane, SEE PRODUCT Slide BRANDY DE JEREZ Cardenal Mendoza Clásico Luminous, transparent, dark mahogany. Round, clean, elegant, vinous aroma. Balanced and persistent on the palate, without edges. Personality, harmony of nuances and the deep memory of raisins and plums. SEE PRODUCT Slide FINO. SHERRY VINTAGES FINO PERDIDO Bright golden yellow, transparent wine. Delicate and sharp aroma, with notes of yeast, fresh bread dough and almonds that come from its lengthy ageing process under the flor yeasts following the traditional solera system where the barrels are arranged into different tiers or criaderas. Very dry and slightly bitter on the palate, with a persisting almond and nutty flavour. SEE PRODUCT Slide SPIRITS. GIN Fifty Pounds Gin
(CASK AT THE BACK)
Bright golden yellow, transparent wine. Delicate and sharp aroma, with notes of yeast, fresh bread dough and almonds that come from its lengthy ageing process under the flor yeasts following the traditional solera system where the barrels are arranged into different tiers or criaderas. Very dry and slightly bitter on the palate, with a persisting almond and nutty flavour. SEE PRODUCT