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Spanish sherry includes some of the finest examples of sherry available from anywhere on the planet. The output form the bodegas varies massively by region, terroir and the aging process employed, much like other wines.
A very highly rated Oloroso Sherry bottled from a Solera system that contains some very old wines indeed! More info
Produced in Jerez, Sanchez Romate's excellent fino is a pale, crisp sherry with loads of honeysuckle and almond notes. A delicious aperitif. More info
A palo cortado from Sanchez Romate. Palo Cortado sherries are essentially fino sherries that lose their flor after a while of ageing. The result is that the sherry starts to age oxidatively, like an… More info
A medium dry Amontillado Sherry from renowned producer, Harveys. Rich and sweet, with a good helping of oak influence steering the palate. You may know this one by its previous name - Harveys Club… More info
A classic Amontillado from Romate. This is very dry, with a full nose of nuts, vanilla and hints of smoke with a nutty, tangy palate. More info
A half bottle of Manzanilla, this is made from Palomino grapes which are Solera aged for between 9 and 10 years. Slightly smoky, and very nutty... More info
A half bottle of rich, nutty Amontillado Sherry from the Colosia range. This one is packing bags of almond, hazelnut, caramel and stewed fruit notes. More info
A dry, pleasingly acidic fino sherry from Romate. A great aperitif. More info
A sweet, rich Moscatel from Romate. They've aptly named this Ambrosia - it really is the nectar of the gods! Lots of golden syrup, fruitcake notes and hints of molasses. This was awarded a Trophy at… More info
A thick, sweet, velvety smooth sherry from Sanchez Romate, a 200 year old sherry brand from Jerez. This offers notes of oak on the nose, with a sweet, smooth, rich palate. More info
Classic amontillado style sherry from Sanchez Romate, this offers up notes of almond and hints of dryness. More info
A well aged extra dry Manzanilla sherry from Barbadillo. The result is a full bodied, zesty, nutty, salty sherry which serves as a perfect accompaniment to shellfish. More info
Made from Palomino grapes, this is a delicate, light sherry aged under flow for over three years. It offers hints of almond on the nose, and it has just a hint of the coast, thanks to its ageing in… More info
Extra dry sherry from Harvey's. Fino is a dry white sherry aged under a 'flor' of yeast that prevents the air oxidising the sherry. More info
An enjoyably dry Amontillado Sherry from Gonzalez Byass, made with 100% Palomino grapes - with nutty notes of almond and a touch of salt on the finish, this pairs excellently with hard cheeses and… More info
A salty, nutty nose and palate, this is a dry sherry made with Palomino Fino grapes. Great as an aperitif. More info
Made from Palomino grapes, and Solera aged for between 9 and 10 years, this is an aromatic, nutty, slightly smoky sherry from Herederos de Argueso. More info
A cream sherry from Barbadillo, this is made with Manzanilla and Moscatel sherry and offers a fruity, soft and sweet character. More info
A 1967 bottling of sweet Sherry that from top Spanish producers Osborne. I'm afraid there's no abv on the label though, so we can't tell you the exact strength. More info
A Medium Dry Sherry, which we believe to have been bottled by Marlow & Co. in the 1960s. Very old, rather dusty and the label has been damaged in places.
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Another bottle of Marlow's Medium Dry Pale Sherry - this one is from the 1950s and features not much other information on the label, other than it was from Spain. Mysterious...
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A Spanish cream Sherry, produced by John William Burdon. Not only is this Sherry described as "Heavenly", the label also claims that it is "The King of Sherries. The Sherry of Kings."
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This rare bottle of Oloroso Sherry from Bucktrout's is certainly an antique, though not quite from the Elizabethan era as the name suggests. We believe this one was bottled in 1953.
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Blend of Medium Dry Amontillado Sherry by producer Barbadillo. Nuttier than your standard Sherry, and ought to pair well with food we reckon. More info
A 1960s bottling of Solera aged Amontillado Sherry from Bodegas de José Pemartin.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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