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origin and tradition
Meridiano Perdido is the result of a union between the two passions of winemaker Joaquín Gómez: the Vineyard and the Sea. This wine speaks of the winemaking cultural history of Jerez de la Frontera.
It values the tradition of a landscape bathed in lands of Albarizas, of the old vineyards of Palomino, of hoe viticulture, nature, respect for the work of field workers; and, above all, it channels through its golden color the unique Light of our land in Cadiz. Because Cádiz is light. A lot of light.
Pago El Duque
Manual night harvest. Upright press. Fermented in 500-litre French oak barrels. Aged on its fine lees and with a minimal veil of flower to preserve the varietal aromas, while still adding the spark of yeast.
On the nose it is fleshy, with stone fruit, quince and grapefruit. On the palate it is fresh, saline, with a lot of volume. Very balanced acidity. Wine with a long and elegant finish. It is ready to drink now, but has a lot of potential to continue growing in the bottle.
It is a perfect wine to accompany light starters, seafood, and especially with sushi, white meats, roast lamb or a good grilled fish. It also pairs very well with marine stews, so typical of our land in Cadiz, and with rice dishes, paellas or blue fish.