Fernando de Castilla

Fernando de Castilla The cellar Fernando de Castilla was founded by the Andrada-Vanderwilde family which was one of the largest land owners in Andalucia during the last three centuries. In 1999 the cellar was taken over by Jan Pettersen who worked for the Osbourne group for 15 years. Osbourne is one of the worlds largest conglomerates for producing port and sherry. Pettersen bought the cellars from Jose Bustamante and renovated them. They inherited excellent soleras of magnificent sherry wines. They bottle the wines in the most natural way possible, do not blend various wines, and do not use the process of cold treatment and stabilisation in order to keep as much natural aromas as possible.

  • Antique Oloroso

    Fernando de Castilla

    A dry style, with walnut, hazelnut, coffee and bitter chocolate notes. Round and balanced. Picks up a briny tang on the long, pleasantly astringent finish.

    37,50 €

  • ANTIQUE PEDRO XIMENEZ, 0,5L

    Fernando de Castilla

    An intense, yet balanced dessert Sherry, with a burnt aroma that, along with the alcohol, almost singes the nose. Bittersweet chocolate, raisin and a shiso leaf...

    44,00 €

  • Premium Amontillado Rare Old

    Fernando de Castilla

    It has an amber colour and a fresh taste where the taste of coffee beans is very dominant.

    16,50 €

  • Premium Cream

    Fernando de Castilla

     As a sweet sherry, it is meant to be consumed at room temperature, and typically accompanies dessert, much like a port .

    16,50 €

  • PREMIUM FINO, 0,75L

    Fernando de Castilla

    FIno is the freshest and lightest version of sherry wines and is meant to be drunk young.

    16,50 €