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If your idea of wine is something light and fruity this is a wine to avoid. If you like craft beers and really toasty champagnes this is something you owe it to yourself to try. These wines spend a lot a lot of time in contact with yeast just like a champagne does, so there is a bready-nutty component to to them. A touch of sourness is permissible as well.
We had a truly delightful day the other day that started with some sightseeing and ended with a monkey and a horse-drawn carriage. It’s a great day to be in Spain! Oh, and we had wine, too. 🙂 *don’t forget to read our captions…
Question from Spain: So do you know the difference between Sherry and Amontillado, or would Edgar Allen Poe brick you up inside a wall? Check these out from left to right – we have Lustau Manzanilla, Gonzalez Byass Amontillado (which was highly rated by wine enthusiast), and a local Moscatel from Malaga which is similar to a cream sherry.
Be sure to read the individual photo captions if you’re enjoying following our journey through Spain. These are some photos from our first time checking out the sites, and our first meal with the group.