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Pedro Ximénez Sherry

The sweetest kind of sherry. This is made from a grape variety called Pedro Ximénez hence the name PX. When the grapes are ripe, they are picked and laid out in the sun to dry which further concentrates the sugar. These are then fermented very slowly and aged in a solera system. PX is usually used for blending with dry wines to make cream sherries but it is sometimes bottled on its own. The sweetest wines might contain 400g of sugar per litre! Expect flavours of dates, raisins, chocolate, and rum. Most PX is actually grown in the neighbouring region of Montilla and then aged in Jerez which means it’s allowed to be called ‘sherry’. As well as sipping very slowly with a piece of blue cheese, PX is delicious in cocktails or poured on ice cream.

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