Manzanilla

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very dry pale sherry from Spain

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Dios Baco Manzanilla is a Fino that has been aged in the town of Sanlucar de Barremeda on the Atlantic Coast.
Hailing from Spain's Jerez region, this Manzanilla sherry has been given a makeover to move it away from the the idea that sherry is an old fashioned drink best kept for Christmas.
Generally, they are aged for between six and nine years, whereas the cooler climate fresher and lighter manzanillas, from the coastal Sanlucar de Barrameda, are given between three and six years' ageing.
Pale cream is essentially a sweetened fino Hidalgo's La Gitana manzanilla represents the cleanest, lightest and freshest of all styles.
Jean Jacques drags a hermit from the woods deep and dark he wants to find a home for him near his own hearth While they're botanizing in a bush he catches sight of one of the twenty-eight shirts of his a thief keeps in hiding a hare making a delivery goes between two manzanillas Rousseau's thinking of Italy while the hermit says novenas I love to sing romances in the back of my canoe and in the woods beneath the branches to watch the river flow.
A young fino (or Manzanilla if it has been aged in the seaside town of SanlIcar de Barrameda) is the lightest of sherries.
Very nearly as good, Barbadillo Manzanilla (pounds 5.
A young fino (or Manzanilla if it has been aged in the seaside town of Sanlcar de Barrameda) is the lightest of sherries.