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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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Dark gold to velvety brown. A scentful bouquet. Luscious, smooth and richly sweet in flavor with a heavy-body.
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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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Villapanés is a rich mahogany color and boasts seductive, toasty aromas of almonds, caramel, fig and a hint of floral perfume. On the palate it is dry, generous and full-bodied, with persistent and ...
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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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This extra fine cream sherry comes exclusively from select vineyards in the Zona de Jerez Superior, the world’s finest area for production of sherry. It is aged through the time honored Savory & James solera ...
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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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The original cream sherry, Harveys Bristol Cream’s distinctive character is a result of the skilful blending of Jerez’s finest sherry wines: delicate, dry Finos, nutty old Amontillados, fragrant ...
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The original cream sherry, Harveys Bristol Cream’s distinctive character is a result of the skilful blending of Jerez’s finest sherry wines: delicate, dry Finos, nutty old Amontillados, fragrant ...
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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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Pale yellow with olive green and golden reflections. Powerfully aromatic with distinctive flor character. Aromas of fresh bread and hints of almond are accompanied by savory flavors and long, clean citrus ...
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A rich and luscious sherry that features sweet aromas and flavors of raisins, dark caramel, coffee, baked apples and dark chocolate. Powerful and smooth the finish ends of notes of sweet dried fruit and ...
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This wine is a captivating depiction of 100 percent Palomino Fino aged under flor in the traditional system of maturation called Solera aging. After a very careful selection of Palomino grapes, Manzanilla ...
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Pronounced Mahn-sah-knee-ya. An extremely dry cocktail sherry, very pale in color and incredibly light in the body. It comes from the area of the Jerez region near the sea. The ocean air gives it a delicious ...
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