Sherry Wines

Sherry Wines
Description:
Sherry is a fortified wine made from white grapes that are grown in the province of Cádiz in Spain.


Sherry Profile

Flavors- Nutty, Dried Fruit and Saline Flavors


Types of Sherry

Fino Sherry
Fino is the most dry and pale Sherry. It is aged in barrels under the ‘flor’ (a film of its own yeast.) These sherries have bread notes and are best served chilled.


Manzanilla Sherry

This is a light variety of Fino Sherry that is only made in Sanlúcar de Barrameda.


Amontillado Sherry

These tend to be dry wines that are barrel aged under the flor, then cask-aged. The flavors tend to be woodsy with candied fruit and nut elements.


Palo Cortado Sherry

These tend to have elements of both light and dark sherries.


Oloroso Sherry

These tend to be richer and darker wines that also have the highest levels of alcohol (18-20%). These are natural dry, and the sweetened versions are called Cream Sherry.


Jerez Dulce Sherry

These are sweet wines.


Sherry Wine Reviews:

Top Picks:
Mount Palomar Solera Cream Sherry


American Sherry

Mount Palomar Solera Cream Sherry

Mount Palomar Solera Cream Sherry

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Mount Palomar Solera Cream Sherry Country- USA State- Temecula, California Brand- Mount Palomar Winery Type- Sherry Price- $$$$ Average Wine Rating- 4 Description: Mount [...]