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José de la Cuesta

José de la Cuesta is a well-known name in Spanish sherry-making. Sherry is a fortified wine with different styles. It's made in Spain's Jerez region. The area's unique albariza soil and warm climate are perfect for the palomino grape, mainly used in sherry.

José de la Cuesta has a long history in this tradition. The bodega is part of Andalusia's rich cultural heritage. It has been making wine for centuries. Their sherries include light manzanillas and finos, rich olorosos, and sweet pedro ximénez. Each type shows sherry's versatility.

Making sherry is complex. José de la Cuesta uses the solera system. This method blends younger and older sherries over time. This gives a consistent and complex flavour. The final sherry is a mix of various ages, some aged for many years.

Their sherries age in American oak barrels. This adds unique features, including complexity and nuanced flavours. Oak ageing gives the sherry nutty and dried fruit notes.

José de la Cuesta’s sherry is great as an aperitif or with food. It's a key part of Spanish cuisine. It pairs well with many dishes, from tapas to complex meals. It's served chilled with seafood or at room temperature with cheeses and meats. The darker sherries are sweet and go well with desserts. They are also used in cooking.

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