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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.

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

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado - late 1970s

70cl, 17%
José Pemartin

An Amontillado Sherry from the Berisford Solera 1914 range, which we believe to have been produced back in the late 1970s. A rare, collectible piece. This bottle was part of a private collection -…  More info

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado - late 1970s

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado Fino - late 1970s

70cl, 0%
José Pemartin

This 70cl bottle of Berisford's Amontillado Fino was produced in the late 1970s, after being drawn from a Solera system that was established all the way back in 1914! This bottle was part of a…  More info

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado Fino - late 1970s

Berisford Solera 1914 Amoroso Cream Sherry - 1970s

70cl, 0%
José Pemartin

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

Berisford Solera 1914 Amoroso Cream Sherry - 1970s

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado Fino - 1960s

70cl, 0%
José Pemartin

A 70cl bottling of Amontillado Fino Sherry from Berisford's selection, drawn from a Solera system that was established back in 1914! The Sherry was bottled in the 1960s, and this bottle looks to have…  More info

Berisford Solera 1914 Amontillado Fino - 1960s

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

Berisford Solera 1914 Pale Cream - 1970s

70cl, 17%
José Pemartin

Here is what you need to know about this bottle of Berisford Solera 1914 Pale Cream: It was produced in the 1970s, despite what the name says, and it's rather wonderful. Behold it! This bottle was…  More info

Berisford Solera 1914 Pale Cream - 1970s

Dry Sack Sherry

100cl, 19.5%
Williams & Humbert

Nope. Not going to go there. You know. You all know.  More info

Dry Sack Sherry

Valdespino Solera 1868 Choice Brown Sherry - 1970s

75cl, 0%
Valdespino

A very interesting bottle of "Solera 1868 Brown Sherry", bottled in the 1970s. This is produced by Valdespino of Jerez. Very tasty indeed…  More info

Valdespino Solera 1868 Choice Brown Sherry - 1970s

Dry Sack Medium Sherry

75cl, 19.5%
Williams & Humbert

Dry Sack is a very famous Sherry from Williams and Humbert, made with Palomino and Pedro Ximénez grapes It is made using the solera method and the brand is a century old. Dry Sack offers flavours of…  More info

Dry Sack Medium Sherry

Colosia Pedro Ximénez Sweet Sherry

50cl, 16%
Gutierrez Colosia

A very sweet, dark rub sherry made from Pedro Ximenez grapes, partially dried in the sun to give them the incredible sweetness. A stunning sherry from Colosia.  More info

Colosia Pedro Ximénez Sweet Sherry

Barbadillo Cuco Oloroso Seco

75cl, 19%
Barbadillo

Cuco Oloroso Seco is a dry oloroso sherry from Barbadillo, with notes of caramel, ground nuts, orange, toffee and hints of acidity.  More info

Barbadillo Cuco Oloroso Seco

Colosia Moscatel Soleado Sherry (37.5cl)

37cl, 15%
Gutierrez Colosia

A sweet Moscatel sherry from Colosia. Well balanced, this makes a superb dessert wine, with sweet, grapey notes and a creamy palate.  More info

Colosia Moscatel Soleado Sherry (37.5cl)

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

Gonzalez Byass Nectar - Jerez Cream Sherry

100cl, 20%
Gonzalez Byass

Cream Sherry. Massively underrated. Cracking stuff.  More info

Gonzalez Byass Nectar - Jerez Cream Sherry

Romate Old & Plus Amontillado

50cl, 19%
Sánchez Romate

The Romate company was founded in 1781 by Juan Sánchez de la Torre. Juan, as you may have guessed was from Milton Keynes. Not really, he was actually from Spain. Anyhoo, this is a stunning 30 year…  More info

Romate Old & Plus Amontillado

Emilio Lustau’s Almacenista Oloroso Viejo Sherry - 1970s

70cl, 20%
Vides

One of the many bottles in our antique spirits collection, this is a 1970s bottling of Almacenista Oloroso Viejo Sherry, produced in the 1970s by Vides and bottled by Emilio Lustau.  More info

Emilio Lustau’s Almacenista Oloroso Viejo Sherry - 1970s

Gutierrez Colosia Palo Cortado Sherry 50cl

50cl, 22%
Gutierrez Colosia

Palo Cortado is essentially an Amontillado sherry which has lost its flor during the ageing process before being fortified further. It's known for being very rich, often offering honey flavours.  More info

Gutierrez Colosia Palo Cortado Sherry 50cl

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

Croft Particular Sherry

75cl, 17.5%
Croft

This is Amontillado is a smooth Sherry from Croft, best known for their Port.  More info

Croft Particular Sherry

Barbadillo Oloroso Medium Dry

75cl, 18%
Barbadillo

Spanish sherry from Barbadillo, this is a splendid medium dry Oloroso blend with fruity notes running throughout that is sure to go well with powerfully flavoured food like strong cheeses.  More info

Barbadillo Oloroso Medium Dry

Pedro Domecq Ideal Pale Moderately Dry Sherry - 1950s

71cl, 20%
Pedro Domecq

A bottle of Pedro Domecq's Ideal Pale Moderately Dry Sherry, produced in the 1950s for the American market. Unfortunately the label had suffered some damage over the years, but the bottle is…  More info

Pedro Domecq Ideal Pale Moderately Dry Sherry - 1950s

Walnut Brown Sherry

75cl, 19.5%
Williams & Humbert

A cream sherry from Williams and Humbert made with Palomino, Pedro XimÚnez and Muscatel. Very sweet and creamy with flavours of dried nuts, dried peels and caramel.  More info

Walnut Brown Sherry
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Whitwham’s Golden Oloroso No. 8 Sherry - 1970s

Whitwham

Spanish golden Oloroso Sherry, bottled by Whitwham's in Altrincham (near Manchester) during the 1970s. This rare bottle of Whitwham's No. 8 is just one of the many rare collectibles in our Antique…  More info

Whitwham’s Golden Oloroso No. 8 Sherry - 1970s

Barbadillo Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry

75cl, 17.5%
Barbadillo

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

Barbadillo Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry

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