The history of Valdespino in Jerez de la Frontera dates back to the year 1264 when the King of Spain granted one of his knights, Alonso Valdespino, 30 acres of vineyards. More than 700 years later Valdespino still remains one of the oldest bodegas in the Sherry District. They control enormous acreage of outstanding vineyards and they have ancient bodegas located in Jerez and Sanlucar de Barrameda which contain Sherries unsurpassed anywhere in the world. Manzanilla ...... Stone dry, feather light; A delicious aperitif. The lightest and driest Fino. It is made in Sanlucar de Barrameda, a seaside town. The wine has a slight salty tang. This sherry is ready to be enjoyed now and will not benefit from further aging. Serve chilled. An ideal aperitif or serve with shellfish. Store tightly corked and refrigerated.