Dating to 1821, Barbadillo is the reference house of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, where they own 500 hectares of their own vines, vinify all their own base wines, and age their sherries in a panoply of historic bodegas, most of them exposed to the fresh sea breezes wafting through the Barrio Alto. Their manzanilla ‘Solear’ is one of the region’s truly iconic wines, but there are many delights to discover.
They were the first to bottle Manzanilla en rama (unfiltered) back in 1999, doing four sacas (bottlings) per year, one during each season, which they sell in half bottles with labels that clearly identify the saca and year.
Solear is the standard-bearer for the entire manzanilla category worldwide, the iconic Solear bottling issues from a 12,000-cask solera housed in various historic bodegas around Sanlúcar de Barrameda after aging for an average of six years.
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