Sanlucar de Barrameda, Jerez, Spain

Bodegas Delgado Zuleta was founded in 1744 by Don Francisco Gil Ledesma y Sotomayor. The bodega is still a small boutique bodega, located in the coastal village of Sanlucar de Barrameda, at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River on the Atlantic coast. The bodega acquired several smaller bodegas over the years and consolidated its facilities in its present location in 1998. This geographic location within the village allows the bodega to take maximum advantage of the humidity, the trade winds from the Atlantic, and the village’s unique microclimate. Shelftalkers   
delgado-lagoyaLa Goya Manzanilla
88 points, Best Buy - Tastings Magazine

La Goya, the bodega's flagship Manzanilla, is a Manzanilla Pasada or very old Manzanilla. Manzanillas can only be produced in the village of Sanlucar de Barrameda, thereby making the village its own demarcated wine region. The humidity and marine climate in Sanlucar enables the Flor or yeast that grows on the surface during aging to flourish. This longer aging under the Flor refines the sherry, making it very light, extra dry, and extremely delicate.
delgado-manzanillaManzanilla
Manzanilla is produced from Fino sherry. Manzanillas are aged longer than Fino and can only be produced in the village of Sanlucar de Barrameda, thereby making the village its own demarcated wine region. The humidity and marine climate in Sanlucar enables the Flor or yeast that grows on the surface during aging to flourish. This longer aging under the Flor refines the sherry, making it very light, extra dry, and extremely delicate. Pale straw color, floral and yeasty aroma, very light and extra dry on the palate with a distinctive salty tang.
delgado-dry-amontilladoDry Amontillado
89 points - Tastings Magazine

Dry Amontillado sherry is produced from Fino that has undergone slight oxidation. Flor, the protective yeast layer on the surface of Fino, may die twice a year due to climatic changes, subjecting the Fino to oxidation. Flor may also be killed by adding additional alcohol. Amber color, toasted hazelnut and almond bouquet and flavor; dry, complex, medium body; nutty finish.
delgado-med-dryMedium Dry Amontillado
Medium Dry Amontillado sherry is produced by blending Dry Amontillado with Pedro Ximenez to a blend ratio of about 80/20. While the Dry Amontillado is an aficionado’s amontillado, the slight sweetness of this Medium Dry Amontillado offers an interesting alternative. The Atlantic influence and Sanlucar’s unique microclimate combine to increase the acidity, which helps carry the flavor through the long finish. Amber color, slight hazelnut and caramel bouquet and flavor; slightly sweet, medium body; long finish.
delgado-finoPale Dry Fino
Pale straw color, delicate floral, almond, and yeasty aromas and flavor; crisp, soft, and dry on the palate.Serve alone as aperitif or with appetizers, very well chilled. Tightly corked and refrigerated will keep for up to a week
Cream Sherry
Cream sherry is produced by blending Dry Oloroso with Pedro Ximenez to a blend ratio of about 60/40. The Pedro Ximenez adds a raisin-y characteristic to the nuttiness of the Dry Oloroso, resulting in a very special dessert sherry. The Atlantic influence and Sanlucar’s unique microclimate combine to increase the acidity, which helps carry the flavor through the finish.
delgado-pxPedro Ximenez
Pedro Ximenez sherry is a mono varietal sherry, produced entirely from the Pedro Ximenez varietal. The grapes are dried in the sun after harvesting before they are pressed, to enhance their aromatic qualities. The Atlantic influence and the unique microclimate of Sanlucar de Barrameda provide the ideal environment for aging our Pedro Ximenez sherry by imparting the proper amount of acidity to help carry the flavor through the long finish.