“Vino Generoso de Jerez (Spain) produced by the winery Emilio Lustau Palomino grapes. It maridará well with pastries, ice cream, desserts and blue cheeses. The optimal consumption will be from now until 2032. Serve at a temperature of between 6 ° C and 12 ° C in a glass of Sherry type for better...”read
“<p>La Ina Fino Jerez is aged in American oak casks in the traditional Solera System in Jerez de la Frontera. The Solera of this Fino was founded in 1919. <p><p>Pale straw in colour and brilliant, this Fino is pungent and mineral on the nose due to its ageing under the layer of yeast...”read
“Emilio Lustau SA was founded in 1896 by José Ruiz-Berdejo. In 1940, his son Emilio Lustau Ortega moved the bodega to the old neighborhood of St. James, in the old town of Jerez de la Frontera. From 1950 until now, the firm is an exporter of sherry. In the 70s the company continued to expand....”read
“Red towards reddish brown hints. The tobacco smell was strong. A little too acid although it depends on the taste of each person.
To this red would have paired better with a softer meat.
Iña Romale Tempranillo is a wine to share with your family.”read
“A good Bodegas Romale who goes well with beef stew. A wine to drink with your family.
The Bodegas Romale wine is of a red ruby colour, having reddish brown edges. Cedarwood aromas. It wasn't at its optimal service temperature, it would have tasted better if so.”read