Enjoyment / As an aperitif
Expressive, vivacious, and versatile, Manzanilla offers a wealth of intense sensations that become even more tantalizing when paired with food.
A wine best enjoyed in good company, it’s the perfect companion to an endless array of dishes.
Here are some tips to make your experience even more enjoyable.
The best moments always begin with Manzanilla.
A flavour explosion to whet your appetite
Oysters and clams
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Manzanilla, Spot On
It is thought that the aperitif was invented by Hippocrates in the fifth century BC when he created a particularly bitter wine-based beverage that he claimed would “reopen” the stomach. Centuries later, whetting the appetite with an aperitif became a customary way of easing into a festive meal.
In Spain, enjoying an aperitif before lunch or dinner has become an institution and Manzanilla plays a leading role in keeping this custom alive.
Served with small plates of appetizers, its role is to whet the appetite, not satiate it.
Have we whet yours? If you feel a tinge of hunger coming on, check out these places where you can enjoy an aperitif, tapas or full-course meal, paired to perfection with Manzanilla de Sanlúcar.