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Sherry

Perhaps the most outrageously overlooked wines 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 (and whisky) because they once tried a monstrosity lurking at the back of an aunt's drinks cabinet, and have decreed that all sherry (/whisky) is of that ilk, and hence not for them. A crying shame. The 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 (genuinely) requires a spoon to partake of.

Gonzalez Byass Romano Cream Sherry - 1980s

75cl, 20%
Gonzalez Byass

A rare bottle of Gonzalez Byass Romano Cream Sherry, which we think was produced all the way back in the 1980s. Slightly dusty, like any good antique. This bottle was part of a private collection…  More info

Gonzalez Byass Romano Cream Sherry - 1980s
$126.95

Todd's Dry Fly Sherry - 1950s

70cl, 20%
Findlater, Mackie, Todd & Co.

This is a bottle of Todd's Dry Fly Sherry, which we reckon was produced over 60 years ago in the 1950s! The name comes from the sherry spinner pattern hook used in fly fishing (which you can see an…  More info

Todd's Dry Fly Sherry - 1950s
$126.95

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
$101.56

Dry Sack Sherry -1960s

100cl, 0%
Williams & Humbert

This right here is a bottle of Dry Sack Sherry, produced by Williams & Humbert back in the 1960s. Some of you out there might expect us to remark upon this classic sherry's name. Well... Not this…  More info

Dry Sack Sherry -1960s
$126.95

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
$76.17

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
$101.56

Gitano Medium Dry Sherry - 1960s

Hay & Son Ltd

From producers Gitano (who were established in 1829) comes this medium dry sherry, imported and bottled in the 1960s by Hay & Son Ltd in Sheffield, England. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Gitano Medium Dry Sherry - 1960s
$101.56

Salvador Ramos Manzanilla Sherry - 1960s

Salvador Ramos

This bottle of manzanilla sherry was bottled and shipped off to the UK by Salvador Ramos at some point during the 1960s, where it landed in the hands of Hook-based booze distributor Teltscher…  More info

Salvador Ramos Manzanilla Sherry - 1960s
$152.34

Harveys Bristol Cream - 1980s

70cl, 17.5%
Harveys

A 1980s bottling of the classic Harveys Bristol Cream Sherry, which so many will remember from this era. It's presented alongside its original presentation box, which is very shiny indeed. This…  More info

Harveys Bristol Cream - 1980s
$126.95

Domingo Perez Marin Manzanilla La Guita - 1950s

Domingo Perez Marin

Produced by Domingo Perez Marin in the 1950s, the La Guita is a Manzanilla fino sherry, a variety that's made around the port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia…  More info

Domingo Perez Marin Manzanilla La Guita - 1950s
$126.95

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
$126.95

Berry Bros. & Rudd Medium Dry Sherry - 1970s

Berry Brothers and Rudd

Legendary London-based independent bottlers Berry Bros. & Rudd brought this medium-dry Montilla sherry into the world some in the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd…  More info

Berry Bros. & Rudd Medium Dry Sherry - 1970s
$152.34

Pedro Domecq Celebration Cream Sherry - 1963

Pedro Domecq

An old and rare bottle of Cream Sherry from Pedro Domecq dating from 1963! Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable…  More info

Pedro Domecq Celebration Cream Sherry - 1963
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$101.56

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
$50.78

Bucktrout's Elizabethan Oloroso Sherry - Bottled 1953

Bucktrout's

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. Please note…  More info

Bucktrout's Elizabethan Oloroso Sherry - Bottled 1953
$126.95

Burdon's Heavenly Cream Sherry - 1960s

Burdons

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." Please note…  More info

Burdon's Heavenly Cream Sherry - 1960s
$101.56

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
$101.56

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
$101.56

Romate Oloroso Sherry

75cl, 18%
Sánchez Romate

A deep, fragrant Oloroso, which has enjoyed good solera ageing. It offers a dry palate with hints of oak and almond.  More info

Romate Oloroso Sherry
$9.79

Harveys Extra Dry Fino

50cl, 15%
Harveys

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

Harveys Extra Dry Fino
$11.59

Colosia Amontillado Sherry (37.5cl)

37cl, 18%
Gutierrez Colosia

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

Colosia Amontillado Sherry (37.5cl)
$11.58

Colosia Moscatel Soleado Sherry (37.5cl, 16.5%)

37cl, 16.5%
Gutierrez Colosia

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

Colosia Moscatel Soleado Sherry (37.5cl, 16.5%)
$16.45

Romate Iberia Cream

75cl, 18%
Sánchez Romate

A delightful cream sherry from top Spanish producers Romate.  More info

Romate Iberia Cream
$21.10

Romate Fino Sherry

75cl, 15%
Sánchez Romate

A dry, pleasingly acidic fino sherry from Romate. A great aperitif.  More info

Romate Fino Sherry
$12.06

Romate Cream Sherry

75cl, 17%
Sánchez Romate

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

Romate Cream Sherry
$13.89

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