Delgado Zuleta win over Sherry lovers
Leading experts in the wine world do not hesitate to say that the Denominación de Origen Jerez-Xeres-Sherry and Manzanilla de Sanlúcar is one of the most recognized not only in Spain, but it is among the world leaders, counting to its credit authentic oenological treasures of unquestionable quality. That is exactly what the world’s most influential newspaper must have thought, The New York Times, and its wine critic, Eric Asimov, who, in an article about Manzanillas did not hesitate when highlighting Delgado Zuleta and La Goya as “delicious, textbook wine, and that it represents the best values of real Manzanilla”.
Changing continents, a few days ago London’s Spanish wine bar Barrafina hosted dinner titled “The quintessence of Wines” organized by the wine guru Matthew Jukes, where Manzanilla Goya XL was accompanied by a vertical wine tasting of red wines of Vega Sicilia. The event was priced at 495 pounds per person. You pay for excellence, and our British friends know it.