From beautiful mountain vineyards near Cordoba in southern Spain, that fall just outside the classical Denominacion de Origen of Jerez (Sherry) area. This dry Fino style wine is produced in exactly the same way, using the sherry method. Fino is crisp, dry, yeasty, nutty and tangy, it’s also fresh and delicate and should be drunk chilled like a white wine.
A fantastic aperitif, a treat with salted almonds, manzanilla olives, hams and of course tapas. Will keep in the fridge and is great for cooking too! A wonderful, rare artisan wine with amazing intensity of flavour.
Bodegas Gomez Nevado was the first estate in Spain to be certified organic, way back in 1988.
17/20 JancisRobinson.com, 'Darker than most fino sherries. Intense aroma of hay and dried grasses, and chamomile. The aromas are broader than on a fino sherry, more complex in fact, and the salty character is very intense on the palate. Great stuff and very persistent.' Julia Harding MW, November 2016
Bodegas Gomez Nevado
Gabriel Gomez is a small family producer from the heart of the Sierra Morena mountains in the Andalucian region of southern Spain. They started to use organic viticulture as far back as 1988, and consistently produce sherry-type wines of high quality.