Fino la Ina75cl
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La Ina is one of the most well-known Fino sherries in the world. This very dry white wine is so special thanks to the natural veil of yeast present during its ageing process. This yeast protects the wine during maturation, keeping the liquid from coming in contact with the air so that the final product is lighter in colour. This yeast also helps to consume any extra sugar in the wine, which is what allows this Fino to be so dry and have such a vibrant flavour at the same time.
The solera for La Ina was first established in 1919. This traditional method for ageing sherries, the criadera and solera system, means that when it comes time to bottle, the barrels of the mature sherry are not completely emptied. They are then refilled with younger versions of the same sherry so that the mature wine can impart its flavour and personality to its younger siblings. This means that the La Ina that was established in 1919 is directly related to the La Ina that you can buy today!
This dry and aromatic sherry is the perfect accompaniment for any kind of seafood. Rich and absolutely full of flavour and aroma, this classic sherry is one of the highest-rated Finos in the world for good reason.
Description of Fino la Ina
Fino la Ina (Palomino and Palomino Fino)
- View: Straw yellow, clear. Intense, penetrating.
- Nose: mineral notes of almond. Sharp and elegant thanks to its aging under flor.
- Palate: full, structured, dry. We found some intense fragrance of green almonds. Bitter end.
DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: Sherry
GRAPES: Palomino, Palomino Fino,
PREPARATION: parenting through a solera system and hatcheries. Every wineskin is sprayed annually at least 3 times over four years to the day of bottling.
MATCHING WINE: cheese, ham, olives, nuts, fish.
Alcohol content: 15%
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Emilio Lustau S.A. was founded in 1896 by Don José Ruiz-Berdejo. It was a humble beginning: Don José, a secretary in the courts of justice, used to cultivate the vineyards at his estate "Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza", where he stored and aged the wines and afterwards sold them to the larger exporting companies. He was in fact what is known as an "almacenista".More about the Winery