The Winery


Cathedral-like wineries, with high ceilings, thick walls, large windows and immaculate terracotta floors that maintain a stable temperature and humidity to favour the special microclimate that Jerez wines need.

Lustau is the only winery that makes wines in the three cities of the Marco: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda.

The vineyards receive around 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, accompanied by relatively high rainfall (600 litres per square metre on average per year). The landscape of the area is mostly made up of hills of very white limestone soil, known as "albariza". Its uniqueness is due to the fact that this area was under the sea thousands of years ago. 

All this together with a great team of master coopers, master blenders, oenologists and field team add to its 120 years of experience a unique know-how in the area.

Nota de CataTasting notes



Floral, citrus, herbaceous, with almond notes and a subtle mineral background.


Delightfully light and refreshing. A distinctly bitter dry finish, in which notes Fino prevail.

Información TécnicaInformation

  • Grape
    Fino, Moscatel
  • Country
  • Recommended Pairing
  • Zones
  • Alcohol
  • Ocasiones
    Vermuteo, Sherry Lover

Lustau White Vermouth

  • Non Vintage
  • Bottle 75cl.
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€11.69 €12.30
Te sale a €15.58/l

Descripción de Lustau White VermouthDescription of Lustau White Vermouth

  Lustau White Vermouth is a vermouth produced by Wineries Lustau in Jerez de la Frontera. Fino and Moscatel are the basis for a surprising white Vermouth full of nuances. Floral, citrus and herbaceous, with almond notes and a subtle mineral background. Deliciously light and refreshing. With a markedly bitter and dry finish, in which the notes of Fino prevail.

Recomendamos maridarlo conIdeal pairing

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Elaboración Lustau White VermouthMaking notes Lustau White Vermouth

Notas del Viñedo

Bodegas Lustau has two vineyards in the framework of Jerez, the vineyard Montegilillo, of albarizalands, very appropriate for the cultivation of Palomino grape, from which he gets the musts for the elaboration of chamomiles, the fine, amontillades and odoros. And Viña Las Cruces, close to the coast, with sandy soils where Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez cultivate, intended for the elaboration of sweet wines. The landscape of the area is mainly constituted by Hills of Limestone Limestone, called "Albariza". His uniqueness is because this area was under the sea thousands of years ago. To a lesser extent appear areas of bar and sands in areas close to the coast.

Making notes

A perfect assembly of two genuine wines: a fine, dry, light and mineral. A Muscat, sweet and floral.


The vineyards receive around 3,000 hours of sunscream each year, accompanied by a relatively high rainfall (600 liters per square meter of average annual).

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