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Toto Barbadillo is a sparkling wine from Cádiz, mostly prepared with palomino grapes and on albariza soils. It is the third generation of sparkling wines in Barbadillo, the one in which the winery reaches its longest ageing time.
It is a very bone dry sparkling wine that reveals the limestone of the region and it is surprisingly fresh, a characteristic that may have come from the special soils of the Serry Triangle.
It has a bright pale yellow colour with fine bubbles. Its finesse and elegance are to be highlighted, as they are perfectly integrated both on the nose and on the palate.
It pairs very well with seafood and fish dishes, such as oysters and salmon, grilled meats, sautéed vegetables or exotic dishes such as sushi. It also pairs very well with nuts, pasta or chocolates as a dessert.
The recommended serving temperature is 15ºC.
Operador de la empresa alimentaria: Compañía Oleícola Siglo XXI, S.L. | Avenida de Alemania, 9 - 10600 Plasencia - España
Winery: Bodegas Barbadillo Brand: Toto Barbadillo Designation: PGI Cadiz Vintage: 2017 Type: Sparking wine. Brut Nature Alcohol: 12,5% Type of grapes: Palomino Fino and Chardonnay Time of ageing: 20 months
Vineyard and elaboration
Gibalbín and Santa Lucía vineyards are located in Jerez and have more than 500 hectares, with a yield of 9,500 kg per hectare. Their soil is 'albariza' (white chalky soil).
Wine harvest is handmade. Vinification is done in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 15ºC for 15 days. Second fermentation takes place in the bottle. The native yeast used is selected in the winery.
Barbadillo surname dates back to 1821. It is a centenary winery yet with future. This winery has 17 ageing cellars in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and a plant of white and red grapes wine production. That is why Bodegas Barbadillo is one of the biggest wineries of the Sherry Triangle.