Blanquito, La Casilla and El Cerro

For me today’s Feria started and finished at the stand of Callejuela Vinos – but whereas I started with their newest, as yet unreleased project I had to finish with these old beauties. I utterly failed to take note of saca dates and any other kind of technical detail but the wines were as class … Continue reading Blanquito, La Casilla and El Cerro

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La Casilla and El Cerro: Elegant and more elegant even

Cracking dinner last night with a great friend, followed by some pretty poor snooker and some excellent wine. As you can see, two pairs of related wines. First a formidable double from Saint Julien – a Leoville Poyferré 2000 and a Leoville Barton 2003. They were fantastic – incredibly fresh, full flavoured and elegant wines. … Continue reading La Casilla and El Cerro: Elegant and more elegant even

#4GWFEST2018 – Part 4 – the Callejuela single vineyard manzanillas

There is just so much to like about Bodegas la Callejuela. It is hard to think of a more likeable couple of blokes than these big, friendly guys, and although at first glance they don’t look like the kind of hipsters you would imagine revolutionizing the scene in Jerez I can tell you noone is doing … Continue reading #4GWFEST2018 – Part 4 – the Callejuela single vineyard manzanillas