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Spanish wine Tio Pepe Fino Jerez-Sherry DO. 100% Palomino Fino. A pale straw colour. Delicate aroma (nutty). Sharp in the mouth, without acidity, very dry and light on the palate. Very aromatic dry, crisp and smooth drink with intense flavor and mineral notes that does brilliantly as an aperitif and is enjoyed by many with the meal too. International Wine Challenge. Gold Medal 2005. International Wine Challenge Silver Medal 2006. Bacchus Gran Bacchus de Oro 2010. €7.50

Pedro Ximenez is a delightful with desserts. Montilla-Moriles, located in the south of the Andalucian province of Córdoba, is an historical wine region of Spain. The wine is similar to the Sherry of Jerez, but has suffered from the comparison. Montilla's dry finos have been rougher than the equivalent Sherry for lack of care in the wine-making process. In the past much of the region's production of Pedro Ximenez, the predominant grape in Montilla, was shipped to Jerez to sweeten their…

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A Visual Guide to Wine Types as They Relate to Red, White, Sweet, and Dry

Sherry is a fortified wine from Spain. Amontillado (less sweet), Oloroso,(sweeter) Cream Sherry (more sweet)and Pedro Ximénez (very sweet) all pair well with cheese. Sherries often have a nutty flavor with a hint of dried figs. Pair with salty Spanish cheeses, such as Manchego,Cabrales, Mahon and Serra de Estrella.