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    Very Rare Dry Palo Cortado - Case of 6

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    • Country of Origin:Spain
    • Region:Andalucia
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    Very Rare Dry Palo Cortado - Case of 6

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    Utterly delicious served as an aperitif or with cured meats and hard, nutty cheeses

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      Here's what the press are saying about Very Rare Dry Palo Cortado - Case of 6

      "''Palo Cortados have a deep, dark, nutty aroma and flavour which make them exciting and complex on the palate. A more studious style of wine than a manzanilla, you can graduate to this elegant wine after doing some serious groundwork.''"

      Matthew Jukes - Daily Mail

      31st May 2014

      "Made by one of the region's greatest estates (Lustau) for M&S, this is a nutty, caramel-laced (although the wine is bone dry) delight. Sip as an aperitif or serve with rich chicken liver parfait"

      Hamish Anderson - Daily Telegraph

      7th December 2013

      "“On the sherry front we know about manzanilla and fino, but there’s another, much rarer, variety called Palo Cortado that is worth looking for…A spokesman for M&S says: ‘You can’t actively produce Palo Cortado – it comes into being rather by accident and its origins are a mystery. Only about 1-2 per cent of the grapes pressed for sherry naturally develop into"

      Harriett Arkell - Daily Mail

      4th August 2015

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