‘A dry wine made with the typical varieties used to spice up pastries in Andalusia.’
ANA DE CASTRO
La Encina del Inglés
This is the essence of Málaga. A dry, fresh and very fruity wine, made from Moscatel Morisco, Pedro Ximénez and Doradilla, bringing delightful notes reminiscent of our Mediterranean shores. It is made from three native varieties that reflect the personality of this land; a land which inspired the stories written by the British Romantic travellers.
OENOLOGIST: Ana De Castro
Straw yellow colour.
Peach and syrup aroma with a final touch of white flowers.
The palate is salty, provided by the doradilla, well-balanced and long with confectionary undertones.