MaestranteBlanco Semidulce

  • Type of wine and year
    White | 2018
  • Variety and alcohol content
    Palomino Fina @en | 12º
  • Geographical indication

    Wines from Cádiz region

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  • Appearance

    Bright pale yellow with attractive hints of green.
  • Nose

    Honest and clean on the nose. Delicate aromas of white flowers and ripe fruit.
  • Palate

    Lightly sweet and easy-drinking. Excellent acidity with a harmonious and enjoyable finish.
  • Temp. Consumo

  • Food pairing

    Traditional: Fish and seafood / Innovative: Japanese food


Only a land such as Cádiz can produce a semi-sweet white wine so enjoyable and so very charming.  Rolling hills bathed by warm westerly winds and the gentle Atlantic breeze. Warmth.  Maestrante.

Points of interest

Its name comes from the Maestrante horsemen, masters in the art of jineta, or riding with short stirrups, which was founded in 1670 by the Real Maestranza Cavalry of Seville. In addition to a noble lineage, to become a Maestrante required a strong personal, moral and cultural standing.


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