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Spanish OriginPlay
Remember 'sherry' specifically refers to wine from the Jerez region in Spain, with a unique making process. SlideAuthentic sherry comes exclusively from the Jerez area.
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Serving OccasionPlay
Sherry is typically served as an aperitif or after a meal, matching different foods based on sweetness. SlideA dry sherry is perfect as an aperitif, while a sweet sherry fits dessert time.
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Taste VarietyPlay
Sherry can range from very dry to very sweet, offering a spectrum of tastes for various preferences. SlideDo you prefer a bone-dry Fino or a richly sweet Pedro Ximénez sherry?