La Gallarda Ed. Contubernio

Chamomile

Covisan Field Cooperative

Bottle of 75 cl.

25.00

Availability: Only 3 left in stock

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La Gallarda Ed. Contubernio

Chamomile

Covisan Field Cooperative

Bottle of 75 cl.

25.00

Availability: Only 3 left in stock

Do you like sherry wines? Become a member of Contubernio and receive 3 times a year the selection made by Er Guerrita

Technical data

Manzanilla de Sanlúcar

Chamomile

Palomino

4 years

75 cl.

1kg

About wine

If I were them, I would start all my communication with this expression. But I’m not going to develop the argument… you then accuse me of talking politics, as if this were the place. The important thing is that Covisán is a rural cooperative formed by a good group of Sanlúcar winegrowers and that it survives. If it stays that way for a long time, so much the better. If, in addition, we begin to imagine these winegrowers as profitable entrepreneurs, wonderful. Hopefully the future will go that way, because as of today, the vineyard in the Framework is still a pending issue of viability. In Covisán there is Palomino grape wine from the Marco de Jerez. The cooperative’s own members drink from the cooperative and some wineries are supplied for certain products. They are honest and rich wines. Here we have not yet reached the level of specialization of other latitudes, but who knows what will happen in the future. Maybe in a few years they will be segmenting more the qualities, the origins, the ages of the vineyard… If we want to go even further, we can even see segmentations according to the eye color of the winegrower… it depends on what the trendsetters demand. Among its solerajes there is one wine that particularly caught my attention. This is a Manzanilla Pasada that saw the light of day for the first time in 2018. At that time, the cooperative was celebrating its 50th anniversary. The name chosen for the event was “La Gallarda”. Curiosity led me to see its First Class (note that in Sanlúcar the term Solera can be substituted for First Class). With Antonio Palacios, its president, and accompanied by my colleague Pedro Morales, the Niño de Ronda, we were able to learn first-hand about the magnificent Manzanilla that was kept in these 22 butts located in the best area of the winery. We were able to choose and select six vessels, which are the ones that were finally taken out in an unpublished and exclusive full for Contubernio. Since 2018, La Gallarda has had a testimonial sale and this is, moreover, the first time it hits the streets in branch.

Pairing

Iberian cured meats, seafood

Consumption

9/11º

Technical data

Manzanilla de Sanlúcar

Chamomile

Palomino

4 years

75 cl.

1kg

About wine

If I were them, I would start all my communication with this expression. But I’m not going to develop the argument… you then accuse me of talking politics, as if this were the place. The important thing is that Covisán is a rural cooperative formed by a good group of Sanlúcar winegrowers and that it survives. If it stays that way for a long time, so much the better. If, in addition, we begin to imagine these winegrowers as profitable entrepreneurs, wonderful. Hopefully the future will go that way, because as of today, the vineyard in the Framework is still a pending issue of viability. In Covisán there is Palomino grape wine from the Marco de Jerez. The cooperative’s own members drink from the cooperative and some wineries are supplied for certain products. They are honest and rich wines. Here we have not yet reached the level of specialization of other latitudes, but who knows what will happen in the future. Maybe in a few years they will be segmenting more the qualities, the origins, the ages of the vineyard… If we want to go even further, we can even see segmentations according to the eye color of the winegrower… it depends on what the trendsetters demand. Among its solerajes there is one wine that particularly caught my attention. This is a Manzanilla Pasada that saw the light of day for the first time in 2018. At that time, the cooperative was celebrating its 50th anniversary. The name chosen for the event was “La Gallarda”. Curiosity led me to see its First Class (note that in Sanlúcar the term Solera can be substituted for First Class). With Antonio Palacios, its president, and accompanied by my colleague Pedro Morales, the Niño de Ronda, we were able to learn first-hand about the magnificent Manzanilla that was kept in these 22 butts located in the best area of the winery. We were able to choose and select six vessels, which are the ones that were finally taken out in an unpublished and exclusive full for Contubernio. Since 2018, La Gallarda has had a testimonial sale and this is, moreover, the first time it hits the streets in branch.

Pairing

Iberian cured meats, seafood

Consumption

9/11º

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