Gonzalez Byass UK has announced it will be launching a new Domecq Manzanilla, made at Sanlúcar de Barrameda’s bodega Delgado Zuleta.
The new Sherry arrives following Gonzalez Byass’ acquisition of Pedro Domecq in 2016. It’s said to show ‘apple, camomile, almond and bread notes’. On the palate, the producers says it displays ‘a perfect balance of zesty lime, fresh apple, creamy almonds and toasted bread’.
‘We are delighted to be able to add this excellent quality Manzanilla to the Gonzalez Byass portfolio,’ commented Martin Skelton, managing director of Gonzalez Byass UK. ‘Our relationship with Domecq has allowed us to source Sherry outside of Jerez and offer our customers a one-stop-shop for all their sherry needs. It has been specially selected from the wines at Domecq by Gonzalez Byass winemaker, Antonio Flores for the UK market, where it will be sold exclusively.’
The new Domecq Manzanilla will be available from 20 March through Gonzalez Byass UK, priced at £6.43 ex-VAT per bottle.