Aged for equal periods under “flor” and in contact with the oxygen, in Bodega Emperatriz Eugenia in Jerez de la Frontera. This dry Amontillado acquires a genuine, rich and nutty flavour through years of ageing. Amber in colour, with hazelnut aromas on the nose. Light, soft and round on the palate, with a long aftertaste.
There were two arches at the entrance to the winery at Plaza del Cubo, where this Amontillado was aged. Each one was dedicated to one of Emilio Lustau’s sons’ wives: Arco de Zuri (for Emilio Lustau Ruiz-Berdejo’s wife) and Trini (wife of José Luis Lustau Ruiz-Berdejo)
From Lustau’s founding in 1896 to now, the philosophy has remained the same: the pursuit of the highest quality to offer the market the widest and finest range of Sherry. This philosophy has produced award-winning wines sold around the world. The team of experts at Lustau has worked diligently for more than 120 years to shape the character and personality of our wines and give our consumers the best product possible.
Today, Lustau owns six 19th-century bodega buildings in the center of Jerez. Lustau has been given numerous awards, ranging from Best Spanish Winery to Best Sherry Producer. Our team has also received their fair share of awards, with our cellar master, Sergio Martinez, being recognized as the Best Fortified Wine Maker three years running.