A fortified wine originally and mainly from southern Spain, often drunk as an aperitif
dry to sweet amber wine from the Jerez region of southern Spain or similar wines produced elsewhere; usually drunk as an aperitif
Sherry is a fortified wine made from white grapes that are grown near the town of Jerez, Spain. In Spanish, it is called vino de Jerez.
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A fortified wine produced in Jerez de la Frontera in Spain, or a similar wine produced elsewhere; A variety of sherry; A glass of sherry
A female given name, from the sherry wine, or a variant of Cheri
A fortified wine that has been subjected to controlled oxidation to produce a distinctive flavor.
Like port, sherry can only be called sherry if it comes from a specific region. This time it’s Spain, and like port it’s fortified with Brandy during fermentation. To most it can be an acquired taste, but it’s so fine if you can get there. For the sweet ones, look for Oloroso on the label. ...
A fortified wine from Jerez, in southern Spain. It comes in many different styles, most of which are dry. Fino is fresh and tangy and needs drinking as soon as it is opened - and ideal match for tapas. ...
This famous Spanish fortified wine is also made in the U.S. Sherries range in color, flavor, and sweetness. They are drunk as an apértif (appetizer) or after dinner. Cry sherries are usually served cold; sweet sherries unchilled.
A fortified wine from a denominated region in southwest Spain; styles include fino, Manzanilla, oloroso and amontillado.
A dessert wine from southern Spain.
A fortified wine that varies in color from light yellow to dark brown and in flavor from very dry to sweet.
Reminiscent of the fortified wine of that name.
Fortified white wines of different styles made in the Jerez region of southern Spain. Other countries produce wines of a similar style. They vary from being light bodied delicate wines with flor character to deep rich complex wines dominated by rancio character.
a Spanish wine made from Moscatel, Palomino, and Pedro Ximenez grapes. Sherry can be dry to very sweet and served as a chilled apertif or room-temperature dessert wine. Fino Sherry is complex, refined, light, dry, and tangy. Oloroso Sherry is nutty, rich, and dry or medium-dry.
The famous fortified wine from the Jerez region of southern Spain. Sherry is made by an extremely complex method of fractional blending called the Solera System. The grape variety used is principally Palomino, though small amounts of Pedro Ximenez may also be included. ...
A fortified wine originally made in Spain. It is made in a wide range of styles from pale, delicate, dry Fino to sweet, full-flavored, dark Oloroso (also labeled golden or cream sherry).
A fortified wine (originally from a particular region in Spain) produced by the addition of brandy and sugar (if desired) after fermentation has ceased. It is often made with grapes of unusually high sugar content and special strains of yeast. See also, Port.
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Any wine that is pretty strong and very oxidised. Wines bottled with plastics corks (qv) tend to turn into sherry after some time for reasons that are still under debate.
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named for the Spanish town of Xeres, a strong wine.