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'El muelle' is named for a pier which used to facilitate fishing boats to Sanl̼car de Barrameda. It is a structured, intense white from a second pass fruit selection. During August, a first pass pick takes the lesser fruit of the estate for making Brandy de Jerez distillate. The best fruit comes off in a second pass, and part of it is given a brief asoleo. Most of the fruit is fermented in stainless, with 20% being dried just for 6-8 hours and then fermented in vats of cherry wood and aged a month under light flor.