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  1. Amber in colour, with fragrant nutty aromas, this medium-dry Amontillado offers amazing depth at a great price. Great with pate and cured meats.
  2. Fresh, dry, with a powerful depth that makes this the perfect partner to seafood and tapas. Drink this well chilled and don't let it gather dust at the back of the drinks cabinet - these fresh zippy flavours will dull with time. Amazing value, and if you like this, you should try it's bigger brother Tio Pepe!
  3. Nectar seems such an appropriate name for this wine, given its raisiny mouth-coating sweetness and treacly texture. Classic Pedro Ximenez Sherry at a great price!
  4. Tio Pepe Fino has a distinctive, clean aroma and is bone dry with a savoury character. Regarded by many as the benchmark for quality Fino Sherry
  5. Bone dry with crisp nutty green apple, this Manzanilla (pronounced man-than-ee-ya) is best served the way the Spanish have it: well chilled with some manchego cheese, cured meats and fresh anchovies.

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  6. Brilliant when chilled, over ice cream, over peaches, in a veal stew or just by itself. Like you’re drinking Christmas cake.
  7. This rich sweet style is easy to drink (maybe too easy!) with lovely nutty depth and a creamy finish. More popular outside of Spain - especially in the UK. The Sweetness is added after the fermentation, in the form of sweet PX grape must.
  8. NZ made fortified wine. Golden in colour, toffee and nut aromas sit alongside flavours of maple syrup, walnut and orange peel.
  9. Dark gold in colour, with aromas of dried fruits and pipe tobacco. Very concentrated, with a powerful intensity on the palate and a slightly sweet finish, found in the oldest soleras of Oloroso sherries.
    $55.95 Bottle
  10. These wines began their life as Manzanillas and then the flor was allowed to die away so they continued their maturation with exposure to the air in the barrel. Therefore the wine has a deep topaz colour with roasted almond character yet retains the characteristic tangy flavour of Manzanilla. This wine has been slightly sweetened with Pedro Ximenez to give it a raisined edge. This wine has a beautiful amber colour, a rich hazelnut nose and hints of flor ageing. On the palate it is rich and full with roast apple, nutty-oak and a long finish.
  11. Barbadillo's Finos are more Manzanilla-like in style, but are aged in Bodegas with less exposure to the cooling sea breezes. The flor in the barrels grows vigorously in these cellars so the wine is a little more nutty and toasty than the more appley and yeasty Manzanillas of Sanlucar.
  12. Barbadillo is the largest producer of Manzanilla in the whole of the Jerez region. This dry, fino style sherry is from the coastal region of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, lending a slightly salty twist.

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