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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.
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 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
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 great aperitif fino sherry from Barbadillo. This has a wonderfully nutty flavour and goes superbly well with light fish dishes. 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
A cream sherry from Barbadillo, this is made with Manzanilla and Moscatel sherry and offers a fruity, soft and sweet character. More info
A cream sherry from Barbadillo, made with Palomino Fino grapes from Andalusia. This is a blend of old, dry Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez and it is matured in a solera for 7 years. Richness on the palate. 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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A cream Sherry aged in a Solera system and bottled in the 1970s.
Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no… More info
A salty, nutty nose and palate, this is a dry sherry made with Palomino Fino grapes. Great as an aperitif. More info
A VOS Cream Sherry(!) and possibly the very best Cream Sherry around. It's made with 70% very old Oloroso and a younger Pedro Ximénez from Bodegas Tradición. More info
A V.O.S (Very Old Sherry) Pedro Ximénez Bodegas Tradición who only bottled well-aged wines at their Jerez bodega. More info
A very highly rated Oloroso Sherry bottled from a Solera system that contains some very old wines indeed! More info
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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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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Like your Sherry to be rich, nutty and have a sweet touch of sticky caramel at its core? Then you'll be a fan of this big-bodied Amontillado from the Colosia range. Top stuff - well balanced all the… 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
Colosia's Moscatel Soleado Sherry is a wonderful, elegant expression with plenty of fruit and honey notes at its core. On the palate there's more chocolate and grape notes, with the tannins giving a… More info
A full flavoured Oloroso sherry from Colosia, a brand which has only recently started bottling its sherries under its own name. Colosia was originally one of the Almacenistas (small bodegas which… More info
Croft Original Sherry. In a bottle. More info
A well-aged and good value-for-money Amontillado Sherry from Gonzalez Byass, their Del Duque spends 30 years maturing to achieve its rich, expressive flavour profile. Expect notes of dark fruits,… More info
Named for Alfonso XIII of Spain, this Dry Oloroso from the renowned Gonzalez Byass is superb alongside gamey red meats. Big, bold fruit and oak notes throughout, with just a hint of crushed nuts of… More info
Palo cortado sherry is a rare variety of sherry that starts its maturation under protective flor, destined to become a fino or amontillado.
But partway through the maturation it loses its veil of… More info
Gonzalez Byass Matusalem Oloroso is aged for more than thirty years and sweetened with the addition of a little Pedro Ximinez. This creates an intensely rich Oloroso. More info
A top choice for enjoying as a dessert Sherry, Gonzalez Byass' Nectar Pedro Ximénez is jam-packed with sweetness (think thick caramel, dried raisin and coffee), joined by a prickle of oak-y spice.… More info