Only a land like Cadiz could produce such a pleasant and bright semi-sweet wine. Sun. Rippled dunes bathed by the gentle westerly breeze. Blue. Sea. Maestrante. Maestrante is a semi-sweet white wine, that is to say that it is neither as dry as our emblematic Castillo de San Diego wine, nor does it boast the sweetness of our Eva Cream or Barbadillo Vi. This type of wine pairs particularly well with cured cheeses, fish baked in salt or grilled and especially seafood dishes. A young, fresh and pleasant wine, a truly exquisite choice for any meal.
Bright pale yellow in colour with greenish reflections.
Honest, distinct and clean on the nose. Delicate aromas of white flowers and tender fruits.
Slightly sweet and very drinkable. Good acidity, harmonious with a pleasant finish.
This wine goes perfectly with tapas, appetizers and starters such as ham, soft cheeses and mixed nuts. An ideal accompaniment for fish and seafood dishes, smoked fish salads, rice dishes and vegetables. Best served cold between 6º and 8ºC.