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Bodegas Hidalgo

Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana, commonly known as Hidalgo Wines, is one of the oldest and most venerable wine producers in the Spanish region of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, a key point within the famed Sherry Triangle. Established in 1792 by José Pantaleón Hidalgo, the winery has been producing distinguished wines for over two centuries and remains a family-owned business to this day, a rarity in the ever-commercial world of wine.

Hidalgo Wines is best known for its emblematic "La Gitana" Manzanilla, one of the most recognizable and widely consumed sherries on the market. Manzanilla, a specific type of fino sherry, is lauded for its delicate, dry, and slightly saline character, a result of the unique flor yeast and the maritime conditions of Sanlúcar. “La Gitana”, which translates to "The Gypsy", boasts of a crisp, almond and apple-tinged profile, making it a favourite aperitif and an excellent pairing with tapas.

In addition to their flagship Manzanilla, Hidalgo Wines produces a range of other sherries, from the dry and intense Amontillados and Olorosos to the sweet and rich Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel wines. Each wine tells a story of the terroir, the ancient solera systems, and the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into every bottle.

Another point of distinction for Hidalgo Wines is their commitment to maintaining tradition. While many producers have adopted modern techniques, Hidalgo continues to employ age-old methods. This respect for tradition, combined with their expansive albariza-rich vineyards, ensures that every bottle encapsulates the essence of Sanlúcar de Barrameda.

For wine enthusiasts and novices alike, Hidalgo Wines offers a genuine experience of the magic of sherry, with each sip echoing the rich history, culture, and craftsmanship of the region.

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