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Sherry

Sherry is a type of fortified wine made from white grapes. It is typically aged for several years in barrels, which gives it its distinct flavour. It is also used in many dessert recipes. Sherry is a versatile wine that can be enjoyed on its own or paired with food.

Sherry is perhaps the most outrageously overlooked wine in the world. Sherry (in our humble opinion) tends to suffer from the same problem as whisky. Go and ask 5 of your friends, and I'll pretty much guarantee that at least 3 of them will not like sherry because they once tried a monstrosity lurking at the back of an aunt's drinks cabinet, and have decreed that all sherry is of that ilk, and hence not for them.

Sherry's cool, crisp, slightly saline refreshment provided by a Manzanilla is something that has very little equal in the world. And as for some of the super-duper aged Pedro Ximenez sherries that are out there? Well, I struggle to think of any other drink that sometimes requires a spoon to partake of.

Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry - 1970s

70cl, 20%
Harveys

A 1970s bottling of Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry, alongside its original presentation box. Collectible stuff for sherry buffs. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more…  More info

Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry - 1970s

Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry - 1980s

70cl, 0%
Harveys

The classic Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry has been a favourite of so many households over the decades. This 1980s bottling comes with a delightful gold presentation tube. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry - 1980s

Harveys Bristol Sherry (600th Anniversary of Bristol) - 1973

Harveys

A Sherry-shaped celebration of Bristol right here - it's a bottle of Harveys Bristol Sherry, released in 1973 to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the city and county of Bristol! This bottle…  More info

Harveys Bristol Sherry (600th Anniversary of Bristol) - 1973
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Harveys Luncheon Dry - 1980s

70cl, 0%
Harveys

A very pale Fino sherry that was produced in Spain and imported and bottled by Harvey's in the 1980s. From the name, we can only assume the was to be enjoyed with your luncheon, which is was they…  More info

Harveys Luncheon Dry - 1980s

Jerez de la Frontera Oloroso Sherry - 1950s

John D. Nicolas

Jerez de la Frontera is the full name of the town of Jerez, known globally as the capital of sherry. Oloroso is a heavy and very fragrant style of sherry, with notes of dried fruits, leather,…  More info

Jerez de la Frontera Oloroso Sherry - 1950s

José de la Cuesta Sherry - 1960s

75cl, 0%
José de la Cuesta

A delicious Spanish sherry from Puerto de Sta Maria, this was produced by José de la Cuesta and bottled in the 1960s.  More info

José de la Cuesta Sherry - 1960s

José Ortega Navarro Pedro Ximenéz - 1950s

Jose Ortega Navarro

Our drinks archaeologist has unearthed this rather curious piece - a bottle of Pedro Ximenéz produced by José Ortega Navarro all the way back in the 1950s. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

José Ortega Navarro Pedro Ximenéz - 1950s

José Pemartin Rare Amoroso Cream Sherry - 1960s

José Pemartin

A very rare bottle of Amoroso Cream Sherry from José Pemartin, a name which dates back to 1914 in the Sherry world. This bottle was probably produced in the 1960s. Please note that the label does…  More info

José Pemartin Rare Amoroso Cream Sherry - 1960s

La Condesa Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry - 1970s

70cl, 17.5%
La Condesa

This is a collectable Amontillado sherry produced by la Condesa in the 1970s. Amontillado sherry is initially matures under a flor of yeast like dry Fino sherries. However if the flor is broken or…  More info

La Condesa Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry - 1970s

La Guita Manzanilla

75cl, 15%
La Guita

A classic Manzanilla sherry from La Guita, with those hallmark bone dry, slightly salty flavours sitting alongside ripe fruit. Fun fact: Guita translates to 'string', which is why each bottle comes…  More info

La Guita Manzanilla

La Riva Hispano Amontillado Sherry - 1970s

70cl, 0%
La Riva

La Rive Hispano branded sherry of the Amontillado variety, which can be characterised as being darker than fino, but lighter than oloroso. This bottle was bottled by Cock, Russell & Spedding in the…  More info

La Riva Hispano Amontillado Sherry - 1970s

Luis Felipe Sherry 1953 Coronation - 1953

70cl, 0%
Luis Felipe

The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as monarch took place on 2 June 1953, so Luis Felipe Sherry released this rather charming bottling to celebrate - how nice of them! What's more, it comes with…  More info

Luis Felipe Sherry 1953 Coronation - 1953

Lustau Fino En Rama 2018

50cl, 15%
Lustau

Part of the Bodegas Lustau En Rama series, where three dry Sherries are taken from each of the three cities in the Sherry triangle - as luck would have it, Lustau owns premises in all three of the…  More info

Lustau Fino En Rama 2018

Mar 7 Manzanilla 3

75cl, 15%
Mar 7

A marvellous Manzanilla sherry from Mar 7! Dubbed Manzanilla 3, it's produced from Palomino Fino grapes and has been aged in American oak barrels. A fairly floral sherry, with a good balance of dry,…  More info

Mar 7 Manzanilla 3

Marlow's Medium Dry Pale Sherry - 1950s

C F Marlow & Co

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... Please note that…  More info

Marlow's Medium Dry Pale Sherry - 1950s

Marlow's Medium Dry Sherry - 1960s

C F Marlow & Co

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. Please note that the label does not…  More info

Marlow's Medium Dry Sherry - 1960s

Mérito Fino Sherry - 1960s

70cl, 0%
Mérito

A 1960s bottling of fino sherry, made by Mérito. Bodega Mérito is still around today, producing a variety of sherry styles (which still includes fino!). This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Mérito Fino Sherry - 1960s

Morey Mallorcan Moscatel Cream - 1970s

Morey

This cream Sherry was said to be "Very Old & Sweet" when it was released - probably back in the 1970s - and now can be said to be an old bottling. And just look at it! That bottle is pretty…  More info

Morey Mallorcan Moscatel Cream - 1970s

Osborne Sibarita Oloroso

75cl, 20%
Osborne

From Osborne's Very Old Rare sherry selection comes an impressive Sibarita Oloroso sherry. It comes from an American oak cask Sibarita solera that was established all the way back in 1792! Before…  More info

Osborne Sibarita Oloroso

Osborne Sibarita VORS Oloroso (50cl)

50cl, 20%
Osborne

From Osborne's Very Old Rare Sherry selection comes a superb Oloroso Sherry. Refreshingly dry, with vanilla, walnut and fragrant oak, soon joined by Crème brûlée and dried raisin notes.  More info

Osborne Sibarita VORS Oloroso (50cl)

Osborne Sweet Sherry - 1967

75cl, 0%
Osborne

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

Osborne Sweet Sherry - 1967

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry 51-1a Amontillado

75cl, 19%
Osborne

A well-aged Amontillado sherry, at least 30 years old, released as part of Osborne's Very Old Rare Sherry range. Although the name 51-1a may seem cryptic, it takes its moniker from the first row of…  More info

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry 51-1a Amontillado

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry 51-1a Amontillado

50cl, 19%
Osborne

From Osborne's Very Old Rare Sherry range comes a well-aged Amontillado Sherry, given the title 51-1a, named after the first row of Solera No. 51. Lots of fruit, lots of almond and a few bread-y…  More info

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry 51-1a Amontillado

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry Capuchino Palo Cortado

50cl, 20%
Osborne

Palo Cortado from Osborne's top notch Very Old Rare Sherry range. After its long maturation, this one has grown rich in oak-y, spicy goodness, along with full-bodied caramel and vanilla.  More info

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry Capuchino Palo Cortado

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry Venerable Pedro Ximénez

50cl, 17%
Osborne

Presented as part of Osborne's Very Old Rare Sherry range, this is a wonderfully complex Pedro Ximénez Sherry. Classic PX sweetness is balanced by aromatic hints of good, strong coffee. Yum.  More info

Osborne Very Old Rare Sherry Venerable Pedro Ximénez
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