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... its long, scorching hot summers and far reaching oceanic breezes working perfectly with the native and imported grape varietals, which thrive on the mineral rich soils that cover much of the country. With ...
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... Impact Databank Review and Forecast ranked Hartley & Gibson’s as the 2nd largest selling brand of imported Sherries in the U.S. The brand is enjoyed by many Sherry aficionados, and has received numerous ...
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Cordon Negro Brut is crisp, clean and well balanced. It is medium-bodied with a palate of apple, pear and bright citrus flavors with a moderately long finish and a crisp touch of ginger. It goes great with ...
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Clean and approachable, with lemon-lime aromas leading to an easy, mildly crisp palate with lemon, lime and honeydew flavors. Sweet in accordance with standard extra dry guidelines,and also good for ap"ritifs ...
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Ultimate Beverage Challenge 91 points (Jun 2014) - Pale maize yellow color. Aroma is a clinic on Fino Sherry brilliance, dryness, doughiness, yeastiness plus other succulent scents such as green olive, ...
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Williams & Humbert’s Dry Sack 15-year Oloroso is the first sherry we’ve formally reviewed here, and it’s a doozy. This is actually a blend of two sherries, a dry oloroso (78%) and Pedro ...
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Very pale/ecru/oyster appearance.; impeccably pure. Initial whiffs encounter lovely dry scents of parchment cardboard and banana; additional time in the glass brings out more of the banana element as the ...
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A delicate pale cocktail sherry noted for its fine, dry after taste. It comes from select vineyards in the Zona de Jerez Superior the worlds finest area for production of sherry. It is aged in the time ...
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Tasting notes: An amber-coloured wine of intense aromas suggesting dried nuts. Full-bodied and balanced, with little acid and slightly sweet. Suggestions for consumption: It can be drunk neat or with ice. ...
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This is the lightest and driest fino. Produced near the seacoast at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River it has almost a salty tang. Serve chilled and is an especially good accompaniment to shellfish.
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Cream sherry, typically heavily sweetened Oloroso to be consumed as an after-dinner drink, was a style first developed in Bristol, England. This deep amber, aromatic bottling has a distinct charred edge ...
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John Harvey & Sons Bristol Cream has a deep golden chestnut and amber color, withclean, fresh and tangy dried fruit aromas, fruity grape flavours and creamy velvet, smooth, mellow, woody nutty and earthy ...
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Pale gold in color with a distinctive flor aroma. Crisp, fresh, clean, very dry and fragrant.
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A Oloroso Medium from Palomino - and Pedro Ximénez grapes, which offers a seductive amber color and a remarkable range of flavors. Caramel, plum, cedar and walnut give the jack in hand. Well-balanced, ...
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Very attractive and stunningly dark topaz/ochre color; superb purity; perhaps the deepest colored Amontillado I’ve seen. Yeast sourdough almonds and baked pear aromas open up the aromatic proceedings in ...
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