La Ina 

  
A couple of good looking medals on the front of the bottle there and this is indeed very drinkable. One of the more widely distributed finos, so I have tried to pay special attention. 

Not a remarkable colour – a clear amber – and a relatively muted nose as well, but quite a rich one, with nutty, salty and fruit aromas – you can definitely detect the mosto in the faint cider notes. 

It is also a little quiet on the palate, salty and even slightly tart at first but once you let it swirl around you start to get nutty bread and then maybe apple sauce, fading away to a dry finish. 

Very nice indeed. 

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