Navazos Niepoort, simply a jewel to enjoy.

100% Palomino fino, white wine.


Navazos Niepoort is a jewel made by the fruitful association between Equipo Navazos and the Portuguese winery Niepoort with the same criteria of rigorous quality that followed the best vinateros of Bajo Guadalquivir 200 years ago. A fine Palomino monovarietal that is born in albariza lands in Jerez de la Frontera, fermented in wine skin with native yeasts that impregnate the vineyard and with a later biological breeding under the flower veil. Tradition and future to create this fantastic and unique wine.

From the vineyard called Macharnudo Alto, one of the historic Estate wine in Jerez de la Frontera of limestone, Albariza. This fine Palomino 100% fermented in boot with the native yeasts that impregnate the vineyard and the own vessels. During 11 months of aging under flower veil to natural graduation.

Nose of citrus notes, ripe claudia plums, balsamic and saline souvenirs.
Fresh mouth, tasty bitterness, with postgusto of plaster and saline and floral souvenirs.
Service temperature around 9ºC, very cold.
Perfect to combine with little elaborate fish and seafood, as well as light rice and pasta, and salads with delicate flavors.


The story of Equipo Navazos goes hand in hand with the passion shared by a large group of great lovers and connoisseurs of generous Andalusians. Specifically, and although they do not like to star, for the personal commitment of Eduardo Ojeda and Jesús Barquín.
Aware of the treasures that lie hidden in the warehouse hulls of Jerez, Sanlúcar and El Puerto, and also of Montilla and its surroundings, they set out to recover some of those jewels.
At the end of 2005, Equipo Navazos began to select some of those wine boots in light of their special complexity and fineness and to bottle them in very limited series, mainly for enjoyment and satisfaction of own and of friends.


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