Sanlúcar de Barrameda is the capital of Manzanilla and Miguel Sánchez Ayala Winery, one of the oldest firms in this town of Cádiz, has mastered its production since 1798. The most classic and pure profile is represented in its Manzanilla in Rama Gabriela Oro, a fortified Andalusian wine aged under a flower veil for 6 years.
The Palomino Fino vineyard of Las Cañas, in Pago Balbaína, is the origin of the renowned Manzanilla from Bodega Miguel Sánchez Ayala. Its fruits, carefully chosen, are fermented with yeasts from the vineyard itself to obtain a must of the highest quality that, later and after being headed, undergoes a biological aging of 6 years in American oak casks, through a system of 9 criaderas. Its aromatic intensity and its salty and persistent taste make the Manzanilla en Rama Gabriela Oro the ideal wine from the D.O. Jerez-Xérès-Sherry and Manzanilla-Sanlúcar de Barrameda to accompany dishes of mushrooms, vegetable couscous, game birds or rice with lobster.
The Sánchez Ayala winery in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, has one of the most spectacular chamomile soleras in the region, and yet it happens to be one of the lesser-known wineries in Sanlúcar, except for the local consumer or for the great fan of the fortified wines. A few years ago, and after supplying the entire local market with his chamomile Gabriela, from office to office, he decided to bring his star wine to the market: Manzanilla Gabriela Oro, a fantastic and authentic chamomile, practically bottled on the vine, from his vineyards Jerez de Albariza such as Viña Las Cañas in full Balbaina payment, next to Las Tablas. Only the color already says it all.
- Tipo de Vino
- Denominación de Origen
- Jerez - Xérès - Sherry
- Pairing - Moments
- While you’re cooking
- Pairing - People
- Those who accompany you while you cook
- Pairing - Music
- Camarón de la Isla