San Diego Wine Castle
White wine Castillo de San Diego is made with the grape variety Palomino Fina Cadiz area, making it a very typical wine of the region. It has a very characteristic pale yellow green reflections, which gives it its pale gold color that can reach more intense shades of gold.
It is billed as a frank and clean wine taste and flavor with fruity aromas florarles. It is also harmonious, light and slightly acidic, so it will fit perfectly into any palate. It also has a price not exceeding six euros so the money will not be the excuse for not afford to enjoy one of the best wines of Cadiz.
Since 1975 we can enjoy wine Castillo de San Diego on our tables, the year in which it begins to bottle by vintages and becoming the first white wine of Andalusia.
Among the most prominent wine Castillo de San Diego dn awards in the world of oenology awards, are Bacchus 2014 Silver Medal, Wines and restaurants 2012 with special mention, International Wine Challenge 2011 with Commended and Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2009 Medal Silver, in addition to its appearance in various guides such as the one developed by Penin and Repsol.
The Barbadillos Bodegas are among the oldest in the region since its origin dates back to 1821, which has nearly two hundred years old and experience in winemaking. In addition to white wines, these wineries produce other products in three different wineries (Bodega Barbadillo, Bodega Pyrenees and Bodega Vega Real) that are included in other denominations of origin such as: Jerez - Xeres - Sherry, Manzanilla - Sanlúcar de Barrameda, vinegar sherry, Brandy de Jerez, Ribera del Duero, Rueda and Somontano.
La Bodega Barbadillo was the first foundation of the wine group, where it all began their extensive tour with the development of chamomile. It has about five hundred hectares of vineyards, wineries seventeen breeding in Sanlucar de Barrameda and vinification plant for white and red grapes. Its extension and dedication to their local wines, make it one of the most important wineries in the area and a benchmark for wine of Andalusia.
The varieties of grapes grown on their land are as follows:
• varieties of white grapes: Palomino, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
• red grape varieties: Tempranillo, Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah and Tintilla of Rota.
The contribution of Bodegas Barbadillo the world of wine is not focused only on the great wines they produce. Among its land we can find the Museum of Manzanilla, where we can make a tour of the museum and the cellars where in 1821 the development of this product began. A recommended experience that offers you the opportunity to get a little more to the history of wine and Spanish products.
All the wines of Cádiz Castillo de San Diego we have mentioned, you can find them in our online wine shop Aporvino. On the website you will find all the information information, images and data useful for you to choose the products best suited to your preferences. Now you can buy online wines and check the quality of the wines of Cádiz and Andalusia.
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