Bodega César Florido was founded in 1887 and is currently maintained by César Florido, a fifth generation descendant of the founder. The winery is the oldest wine cellar in Chipiona, located about eight kilometers from Sanlúcar de Barrameda on the road leading to Rota. César Florido is one of only two wine cellars in Chipiona that still operate outside of the cooperative. While technically outside the D.O.’s Zona de Crianza, Chipiona produces some of the area’s most unusual wines, which are what true César fans are looking for.
Oxidative aging. American oak and chestnut barrels of less than 1000 L.
Dry wine made from Palomino grapes. Its long oxidative aging between American oak and chestnut boots adopt elegant and velvety aromas. Important wine of meditation, with a big step in the mouth. Scented with the characteristic notes of iodine, toasted almonds and a salinity that is already perceived on the nose. Dry, voluminous, with good acidity and very elegant nuances of honey.
Perfect companion for red meat and game. Widely used in haute cuisine. An unavoidable accompaniment to highly cured cheeses.