The Harmony of Sherry
Sherry (sherry English and French xérès) is a wide range of Spanish wines that grows in the Andalusiancities of: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The geographic unit formed by the production area and sherry aging area is known as Marco de Jerez.
This specialty vinous is a key element in the history of the municipalities that make up the framework and the cultural identity of its inhabitants. Besides the economic and cultural movement, the Jerez wines have contributed to the specialization of Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz, the canine race original and most characteristic of this territory.
Types of Jerez:
Fine: dry and light on the palate, straw or pale golden color, sharp and delicate aroma, nutty flavor.
Amontillado: Dry and light on the palate, amber color, pungent scent attenuated, countersunk flavor.
Palo Cortado: dry, full-bodied, shiny mahogany, sharp aroma, countersunk flavor.