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Lustau Manzanilla "Papirusa" Delicate & Very Dry NV
Classy an classic Manzanilla. Pale gold, gem clear. Aroma of sweet almonds and salt air. Little to no oxidation evident in the nose or on the tongue. Clean, clear passionfruit in the mid-palate followed by bracingly dry finish of lime, salt? Very refreshing.Add winemaker's notes
Classy an classic Manzanilla. Pale gold, gem clear. Aroma of sweet almonds and salt air. Little to no oxidation evident in the nose or on the tongue. Clean, clear passionfruit in the mid-palate followed by bracingly dry finish of lime, salt? Very refreshing.
External Reviews for Lustau Manzanilla "Papirusa" Delicate & Very Dry
A textbook Manzanilla, this has all the delicate simplicity of saline––almost citrus––flavors in a fresh, elegant and balanced wine that’s enchanting in its lightness. The hint of green olive in the finish brings to mind jamón Ibérico and fresh melon to match.
A bone dry Manzanilla from the town of Sanlucar de Barrameda, light and fresh, very tangy, clean and crisp with just a hint of saltiness.
An open, breezy style, with floral and white peach notes laced with tangy quinine, salt and lemon zest hints. Drink now. -JM Wine Spectator. A Palomino wine from in Spain. N.V. Emilio Lustau Manzanilla Papirusa 750ml
The non-vintage Light Manzanilla Papirusa Solera Reserva (with an average age of five years in this solera) possesses an extraordinary, penetrating nose of salty brined nuts intermixed with crisp fruit, terrific acidity and intense, powerful, authori... Robert Parkers Wine Advocate. A Palomino wine from in Spain. N.V. Emilio Lustau Manzanilla Papirusa 750ml
Emilio Lustau Manzanilla Solera Reserva Papirusa NV: Jahrgang: Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: JerezWeingut: Emilio LustauRebsorte: 100% Palomino finoRestzucker: Restsäure: Alkoholgehalt: Port - Sherry
Textbook Manzanilla! Papirusa is a clean, mildly salinic offering with green banana and toast aromas. The palate is just salty enough, but the wine’s more about almond, apple and lemon peel than saline. And the feel and finish are nutty and warm. A full-bodied but refreshing style as only Lustau can do.
Tangy, with lemon, olive, apple and ocean brine aromas and flavors. Clean and elegant, with a long, mouthwatering finish. Drink now.
Food Pairings for Lustau Manzanilla "Papirusa" Delicate & Very Dry
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