Quadis, the former name for the city of Cadiz, gives its name to this Tinto de la Tierra de Cádiz, a red wine which is as Andalusian as the land where it was born. We have chosen to honour one of the most important historical settlements with this wine, as it not only shares the same name, but it also boasts the same grandeur. Barbadillo wanted to show that Andalusian red wines are really worth talking about, and this wine is the fruit of hard work, expertise and dedication. Quadi has been produced from these red grape varieties and it boasts the distinguishing characteristics of the white albariza soils where these grapes were grown. This smooth and persistent wine is sure to impress even the most demanding palates.
Deep dark cherry in colour. A seductive wine, dark ruby and almost black in colour, with a high robe.
Ripe red fruit and woody aromas with light vanilla and liquorice notes.
Smooth, full and rich on the palate, with soft tannins and good persistence.
Traditional stews, wood-roasted meats, Iberian cured meats, game and cured cheeses.
Fatsof which saturates
Carbohydratesof which sugars