Tag: Sherry

Sherry – Spain’s Distinctive Fortified Wines
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Sherry – Spain’s Distinctive Fortified Wines

It is no secret that sherry sales have been decreasing for a few years now, despite the fact that overall Spanish wine sales have been in ascendance. As a result of declining sales sherry houses try to diversify and produce relatively low alcohol wines suitable to matching with food, keep […]

Sherry Brandy – A class of its Own.
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Sherry Brandy – A class of its Own.

Sherry wines were made world famous by English merchants, and millions of people were delighted and continue to be by enjoying this versatile, fortified wine. Sherries come in a range of sweetness – extra dry to deliriously sweet and every shade imaginable in between. Sherry also yields an extraordinary, solera-aged […]

Japanese Cuisine and Sherry.
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Japanese Cuisine and Sherry.

Japanese Cuisine and Sherry Most wine enthusiasts consider dry sherry an aperitif, and sweet sherry, either for either a refreshing drink between meals as a pick-me-up or after dinner. The reality happens to be completely different. Sherry is a versatile, and may be even more so than most other wines. […]