Fino Señorío de Callao
Fino is a dry white wine made from Palomino grapes. This Fino is aged under the layer of yeasts that make up the veil of flor. It is the perfect aperitif, which prepares our palate in a perfect way to enjoy food. It intensifies the flavours of every dish.
Sushi, oysters and Fino
Amontillado Señorío de Callao
Amontillado is a very unique wine, as it aged under the veil of flor, typical of Fino and Manzanilla, with a subsequent period over which the veil disappears, thus exposing the wine to oxidation. Thanks to this combination of different types of aging, Amontillados, which are made from Palomino grapes, are extraordinarily complex and interesting wines.
Paella valenciana and Amontillado
Oloroso Señorío de Callao
This wine is made from Palomino grapes. According to tasters, as it presents a special structure from the beginning, it should be used for oxidative aging. This is why alcohol is added up to 17°, thus preventing the veil of flor from appearing. These wines give a tasty and highly structured impression on the palate. Powerful, round and full-bodied.
Beef hamburguer and oloroso
Palo Cortado Señorío de Callao
A highly complex wine that combines the aromatic delicacy of Amontillados and the complexity on the palate of Olorosos. Its palate is round, deep and voluminous at the same time, presenting the aromatic notes in the aftertaste with a soft and delicate expression, in a pleasant and lasting finish.
Red tuna tataki and palo cortado
Medium Señorío de Callao
Amber to dark brown in colour, with liquor aromas with notes typical of Amontillado and slightly sweet notes of pastries, quince paste or baked apple. It presents a slightly dry entry on the palate that gradually becomes sweet to finish with a vaporous and soft aftertaste.
Curry rice chicken and medium
Cream Señorío de Callao
Cream is obtained from oxidatively aged dry wines, which are generally sweetened with Pedro Ximénez wine.
The most common base used is Oloroso, which turns cream into an intense and full-bodied liqueur.
Thanks to its sweetness, it can be served on the rocks and still continue to display all its aromatic potential and persistence in the mouth.
Serrano toast, apple compote, foie and cream
Pedro Ximénez Señorío de Callao
Pedro Ximénez wine is made from Pedro Ximénez grapes, which are withered in the sun to produce a must with an extraordinary concentration of sugars. Pedro Ximénez is probably the sweetest wine in the world. However, it is fresh and harmonious in the mouth as a result of its complex bouquet and flavours.