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Antonio Barbadillo PASTORA Manzanilla Pasada en Rama NV

Antonio Barbadillo PASTORA Manzanilla Pasada en Rama
Category: Fortified Wine > Sherry
Alcohol: 15.0%
Unit Size: 37.5 cl
Origin: Spain > Jerez
Retail: £10.99
Stock: In Stock
Martinez Ref: FORTIS082

Tasting Note

Pastora was the first Manzanilla ever to appear on the market in a bottled form, at a time when Manzanilla was mostly a local wine that was sold directly to consumers in bars (by the glass or in their own container). We’re talking 1827, actually the same year in which the first mention of the word Manzanilla appeared in shipping documents. The old brand Pastora, or Divina Pastora as it was then called, was recently resurrected by Bodegas Barbadillo.