Croft Original 1L1L Volume
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Croft Original 1L is a famous Spanish Pale Cream. Its bottle is very different from the classic Sherry bottles as the label is in English in honour of the great love of the English for these wines. The Croft Original achieves the ideal balance between a dry wine and a smooth one.
Description of Croft Original 1L
Croft Original 1L (Palomino Fino)
- View: This sherry wine has a straw yellow with golden highlights.
- Nose: The Croft Original 1L exhales sweet and delicate white flowers and smells applesauce.
- Palate: The attack is delicate, round and well balanced palate, with fresh notes. The lingering finish is pleasant and slightly spicy notes touches.
PRODUCER: Sherry Croft Original 1L is produced by Gonzalez Byass, house wine since 1835. The first products were manufactured elsewhere sherry, particularly in vogue at the time, especially with the British. Today is the fifth generation of González who always leads with great talent the family business has grown, both in the variety of products offered and quality.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Jerez or Sherry wine for English, has a long history in relations between the two countries. Croft company was originally established in 1678, but it will take the name of Tilden, Thompson and Croft from 1736. The company will open a direct branch in Spain in 1970, Croft Jeres SA and "pale cream" that launched a immediate success, and thanks to relations with González Byass finally bought the company in 2001, before selling it to turn a few years later, while production is maintained and thus retaining the original recipe that has at success in Great Britain.
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Gonzalez Byass was founded in 1835 when the young Manuel Maria Gonzalez Angel reached Jerez willing to take a place in the prosperous and thriving sherry business. Encouraged by the continuous development of exports, in the same year he acquired a small winery and started to produce and, finally, export sherry as well.More about the Winery