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Storing and drinking. Once bottled, sherry does not generally benefit from further aging and may be consumed immediately, though the sherries that have been aged oxidatively may be stored for years without noticeable loss in flavour. Bottles should be stored upright to minimize the wine's exposed surface area.

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Sherry, an idiosyncratic Spanish wine whose tradition spans 3,000 years, is a trendy drink in America now.

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In Talia Baiocchi’s new book, Sherry: A Modern Guide to the Wine World’s Best-Kept Secret, she writes it “was practically the official drink of fifteenth and sixteenth-century explorers, a ...

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Britain is embracing the best of Spanish food, and sherries are the perfect flavour match. In the second part of our Spanish season, expert Andrew Sinclair explains why sherry has never deserved ...

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All about Sherry: an introduction, an amazing tasting, and why we should be drinking more of it. I love Sherry. It’s one of the treasures of the wine world, but for a while now it has been woefully underappreciated.

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Top Five Mistakes in Serving Sherry If you find yourself with a bottle of Sherry wine in hand, and you’re keen to enjoy it – simply open and imbibe. If, on the other hand, you’re keen to explore this gorgeous and widely diverse beverage to its fullest, allow me to offer a few suggestions.

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Drinking Sherry wines. Sherry is one of those drinks that is largely misunderstood as most people believe it to be a sweet drink when in reality, the majority of it is dry or more to the point, not sweet.

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How to Drink Sherry. Much more than just a drink brought out at Christmas, sherry can be a versatile and delicious refreshment to pair with all sorts of foods or just enjoy by itself. With so many different types, finding the right way to...

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Sherry is a fortified wine made from white grapes from a denominated region in southwest Spain.Sherry is produced in a wide variety of styles from lighter, dry versions to darker and sweeter ...

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In particular, the late 1800s saw the rise of the Sherry cobbler, made with sugar, Sherry and “cobblestone ice,” hence the drink name. Now, Sherry is making a comeback among the mixology set ...