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            • Barbadillo Palomino Fino Sabalo
              Palomino from Spain
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              Learn about Palomino — taste profile, popular regions and more …

              Born of Andalucian origins, the Palomino grape is named after one of King Alfonso X’s knights. Palomino shows high yields even when grown in warm, arid conditions. This quality, combined with its relatively low acidity, make it the perfect grape for Sherry production. While most of the global acreage goes to the production of Sherry, Palomino also enjoys great success on Spain’s Canary Islands where it is known as Listán Bianco.

              Tasting Notes for Palomino

              Palomino makes a dry white wine with a light body and low acidity and is also the grape responsible for dry Sherry. Still white Palomino wine shows qualities of apple, peach and saline. Dry Sherries express almond, baking dough and fresh herb aromas and flavors.

              Perfect Food Pairings for Palomino

              White flaky fish, artichoke salad and mild cheeses are all natural pairings with Palomino as a white wine. Pairings for dry Sherry include tempura, sushi, mushrooms, toasted nuts, cured ham and olives.

              Sommelier Secrets for Palomino

              Outside of Spain, Palomino grows in France, Portugal, Cyprus, South Africa, California, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina, but only in very small amounts.

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