Manzanilla Añina 2014 is the second of the trilogy of single vineyard and vintage Manzanillas. The objective is to show the difference between three Manzanillas made of grapes from vineyards with their own terroir and cilmate, within the marco de Jerez. Manzanilla Añina is made from selected and matured own grapes, from a vineyard called Añina, located between Jerez (inland) and Sanlucar (Atlantic). The soil is a mix of two types of albariza: Antejuela (deep roots) and Barajuela (fossil and porous soil). The still wine is made of Palomino white grape, undergoes spontaneous fermentation and low in sulphites. Then it is fortified to 15% and aged in static system (in single barrel instead of solera) meaning 1 year in static equals 3 years in solera, in terms of complexity in flavours and balance. This wine shows more oxidative notes than its peer Callejuela due to the Añina terroir. Here, the layer of yeast is thiner, like the wines from Jura, so makes a wine very close to Palo Cortado style.That means, more rounded, complex with extra aromas. Very concentrated wine, showing the terroir of these old vines. Ideal as aperitif and food pairing with sea food, fish and salty meals. Limited Production of 900 bottles of 50 cl.