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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. 

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Palomino grap

Albariza

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Variety:
100% Palomino
Alcoholic degrees:
13,5% Vol.
Crop:
Ecological
Origin:
Pago El Duque
(Trebujena, Cádiz)
Production:
1500 Bottles

Elaboration:

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.

Casting:

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.

Pairing:

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.